In times of unknowing sometimes all you can do is hope, and act, for the best because the alternative is to be fearful of what may come.
I see it all the time on the internet in social networks and media outlets, everybody is bordering on what I like to call Chicken Little Sydrome (CLS). That story was one of my favorite books in preschool. I would always giggle at the poor little chicken because I found it funny he was so terrified of, well, nothing.
You needn’t suffer from the debilitating effects of CLS. Change your thinking patterns. The next time you find yourself worrying about what could happen, or even will happen, decide to live with hope instead. When you decide to be hopeful, you begin to act in ways, and make decisions, encouraging those positive thoughts and feelings.
If everybody had hope instead of fear in their hearts, this world would be a much better place. I hope it will be.
This is an endangered green sea turtle. I have hope that, as guardians of this planet, humanity will ensure they thrive again.