GIVE-600X600FBDo you see the goodness, beauty or promise in a world that is filled with confusions?  The world’s complexity can shape our thoughts, our moods and actions. Idealism is a deliberate choice to see the world with hope and possibilities despite the conflict and confusion.

When you choose to focus on seeing the good in others, you cultivate idealism, focusing only on what matters.

When conscience guides our choices in life, we see the world with less despair and more hope. Hope can be a good thing when life is so full of disappointments.

Post By Len Thicklin


Less Expectations Fewer Disappointments


When life brings us ups and downs, we experience discouragement.  Discouragement is the breeding ground for less expectation, bitterness, resentment, disappointment, and negative emotions.

We experience this life test on a regular basis and we discover that disappointments are not always fair or equal.  The equalizer for these disappointments is to keep a positive spirit and keep doing the right thing.

Every great work, every big accomplishment, has been brought into fulfillment through holding on to your vision.  Most big achievement comes just when you are expecting failure and discouragement.  An essential factor is a persistence – the determination to never allow your energy or enthusiasm to be dampened by the discouragement that will inevitably come.

Don’t let discouragement get the best of you. Discouragement is curable.   Always remember who you are in moments of struggle or fear. Never forget or give up on the hopes and dreams you hold dear to yourself.  As you set out on life’s road, unsure of the path, the most important thing you can do is to always on hold to the vision and the dream.

Post By Len Thicklin