Why Having Hope Is Not Futile

How hope is a personal rainbow of the mind

Photo by Rosie Kerr on Unsplash

A few years ago, when I was preparing to teach a Philosophy class, I became interested in the idea of hope.

It seemed to me that some philosophers had quite a negative interpretation of hope, likening it to something that can make us miserable.

Some philosophers however were more optimistic.

Kierkegaard wrote in The Works of Love that

“To hope, is to act as if you await the possibility of good”.

I hope you enjoy this one minute video about hope and the message resonates with you today:

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Hannah Young

I write about education, wellbeing, digital content creation & marketing www.hexis21.com