Right from the moment we say hello to the world, till the very moment we say bye, Life is difficult. Unexpected twists and turns probably at every nook and corner , but the will to move through it and an understanding that the future can be not just better, but great should be steadfast. Being without hope brings down the self esteem of a person and can have a permanent affect on the foreseeable future. That is because, a hopeless person won’t choose tasks that are challenging or accept an opportunity to grow and move forward. And, if they fail, they will quit. They won’t be able to have a better life. There is real science In other words, learning how to give hope to someone means you help someone and accept the idea that they can work to make things better, rather than accept the ways things are.
Here....GIVING HOPE. This is what we strive to do...from the bottom of our hearts... Hope often starts with knowing someone who cares. This is especially true for children, families and communities who are struggling to see a successful future. When circumstances beyond their control leave them in want of basic necessities, it is natural for them to dream about things never being better. For instance, when a child who has been facing winter without adequate protection, the cold not only seeps into their bodies, but into their heads as well. When they are very young, they may not understand cold. After a while, studies tell us a child in need may suffer from self-esteem and accept that they will never know anything different. This is also true of children in poverty, who underestimate their own intelligence and capability, which then becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. When they believe themselves to be fundamentally flawed, any achievement is tempered by a lack of confidence and subconscious self-loathing. Children in poverty underestimate their own intelligence and capability, which then becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. If you are wondering how to give hope, you must also address it’s relationship to self esteem. We believe that gifting a child with a brand new dress speaks loud “You’re worth it!” “You deserve something nice and new” . Many of these children literally jump in joy when they are told that they can pick their favourite colour. They get a glimpse of a future outside of their current and undeserved circumstances. Same holds true when hope is given in areas of lack of food, lack of education, lack of shelter and so many others.