Hope Quotes

“…William Stegner…coined the term ‘the geography of hope,’ countering the argument that wilderness preservation served elites with the assertion that wilderness could be a place in which everyone could locate their hopefulness even if few actually entered it. ” ― Rebecca Solnit, Storming the Gates of Paradise: Landscapes for Politics
“If. If. If this all happened! I, F, – he had to hang on to those two little letters, just one tiny two letter word. If. So much hope and dread hung in the balance on those two little blips in the alphabet! A chasm in fact!” ― E.A. Bucchianeri, Vocation of a Gadfly
“Purgatory is hell with hope.” ― Philip José Farmer, To Your Scattered Bodies Go
“I see how we ourselves stand before the future, divided between hope and fear. But at least we know that there is a future, that the moment is momentous. We stand now as we do sometimes in our own individual humdrum lives, thrilled by the thought of the morrow, the morrow which will be utterly unlike today, or yesterday.” ― Henry Miller, The Wisdom of the Heart
“It’s been days now that you did not reply, Have started to lose hope again, So writing again.. Not for the reply, But a hope, A hope for your reply” ― Bhumika Singh, Hopes of Despair
“It is only goodness which gives extras, and so I say again that we have much to hope from the flowers.” ― Arthur Conan Doyle, The Naval Treaty
“If it were not for hopes, the heart would break.” ― thomas fuller
“Sometimes look at life thinking… the easy way is always the wrong way and the hard way is always the right way. But yet still that doesn’t include the being patient and understanding way.” ― Jonathan Burkett
“Life isn’t about winning or losing; it’s about getting up and trying again.” ― Daniel L. Lewis
“They called it the city of tomorrow. In most cities around the world, the only people who ever look up are the tourists. In Metropolis, everyone looked up.” ― Tom Taylor, Injustice: Gods Among Us, Vol. 1