“The ability to sustain prolonged physical or mental effort”
Hope faculty believes stamina is a great trait and once you know how to apply this characteristic, you will naturally become a force in all things you do.
We know in the world of sport physical stamina is a great trait and elite quality that most successful sportsman have, this is because to its competitors stamina just projects a certain die hard or never give up attitude and that in itself is a psychological victory for you amongst the Competitors around.
So Hope faculty wants you to stop associating stamina with sport because in regular all day life showing your piers you have this virtue will help yourself with the many situations you will encounter in life.
Stamina means all these things when you have it or apply it:
staying power, endurance, resilience, force, power, energy, strength, resistance, grit, vigour, tenacity, welly
Stamina is very empowering to the individual and in certain situations especially when the tides going against you it’s this virtue that will support you. Your enemies or opposition will realize or think twice once they find out that you built for the battles and will last whatever the time duration takes. They will think twice because they know and you know on certain issues especially when you feel in the right you will go all the way till you see the result or get the result you want This is important especially in this highly competitive dog eat dog society which throws many situations at the individual like.
- Injustice against you
- People bullying and taking advantage
- Crimes against you
- Everyday unfairness
- Work issues
- Seeking out the truth
- spreading awareness
- Protesting issues
- Contesting issues
- Believing in yourself
- Equal opportunities
Hope Faculty wants you to know stamina is in everybody, the don’t give up attitude will help you in your own ventures, when you improve your stamina you will only let your self-worth be more unbreakable and when applied to your own ventures it’s the stamina that will enable you to achieve.
Hope Faculty has been away meditating and learning and understanding the native people in Equador. Its these trips that puts a lot in perspective. When you move from the material world of comforts into the world of survival , it is really the little things you appreciate, things like respecting nature, food when hungry, shelter when needed, dry clothes, a blessing from the old mystery lady that just makes you feel safer and the well being of the next generation.
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THANKS TO ALL WHO MADE HOPE FACULTY FEEL SO VERY WELCOME ON THIS TRIP ,YOU MAY OR MAY NOT KNOW WHO YOU ARE BUT WE AT HOPE FACULTY DO .
“I’m not perfect, but I am trying and if you don’t take part, you will fail”
“Find what you believe in and what you’re good at, and give it a go and keep digging and digging”
(both quotes taken from post fight interview on 29 April 2017)
Olympic Gold medalist Anthony Joshua and now the undisputed Heavyweight boxing champion of the World mangaged on the greatest fight night of his life to speak and remind the masses all over the world with the positive message, that you can do whatever you want just choose what you like, focus, believe , do the hard work and try and try again, you have nothing to loose just like him.
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“I’m for truth, no matter who tells it. I’m for justice, no matter who it is for or against. I’m a human being, first and foremost, and as such I’m for whoever and whatever benefits humanity as a whole.”
The honourable Malcolm X was a great speaker and leader of the African American Civil Rights struggle and movements. At the start, he could be considered as very militant for the cause but for his own-self, he grew into an educated, well travelled leader seeking the truth for his own enlightenment even if it became humbling and changed his path eventually costing his life.
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Hope Faculty wants to know why do these government superpowers always want to take humanity down the path of destruction with war! Time and time again these people in power would rather lock horns over an agenda with tit for tat spats threatening to start the final spat that ends all.
Goverments are spending billions in the war industry, the finances and technology are forever rising and getting better, war drones can be controlled by Xbox pads,16 million doller bombs are being manufactured with names like ‘mother of all bombs’ actually implying the next level up of bomb is nuclear (crazy). Bombs and the war industry creates and only leads to death,oppression,poverty and a general strain and drainage of the environment. For humanity it’s a general destruction off all positivity and well being as a whole.
Hope Faculty questions why would nations take each other to the line, when you know its nuclear destruction for mankind. There is a different way , the path of love, hope and unity. A great starting point to understand, improve and enjoy our planet.
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They say a flap or flutter of a butterfly wings can set off and lead to a hurricane, tornado or tsunami. Yes of course this is a poetic tale and myth but at the same time we can make it real.
Hope Faculty wants to be the butterfly and tell you it’s wings to have a little flutter and let’s start a Hope Tsuanami. We can try to start these little ripples daily with things we encounter in our every day lives:
- We can hold a door open for someone
- In the metro, we can help someone struggling with heavy bags or with a buggy
- We can be polite and acknowledge other acts of kindness and hope if someone opens a door for you, you show your appreciation with a smile and a thank you
- Take a photo or generally help a tourist/stranger
- Random acts of kindness or support (you know who in your friends and family network would appreciate this).
Hope Faculty believes essentially being more mindful of being courteous, chivalrous and smiley is all that is needed to start the Hope Tsuanami. It’s through the little changes to your every day that you can set off and create a wave of positive difference, which continues and just keeps on producing positive blessings, hopes and support turning into a unstoppable Hope Tsuanami. Whose aim is helping people who need it, and opening the access of hope So we can believe again in the goodness of mankind.
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If you have not been in the news media this week, a child was found in India who apparently is around eight years old and walked on all four because she had been living or been raised by a troop of monkeys but it’s still early in the investigation to know the whole truth.
What fascinates us at Hope faculty as this is not an isolated case, through out the history of time their has been many other instances where children have been raised by animals. If you go on YouTube or google and search they will even give you a top ten(we know it’s crazy). All these stories start in a dark place with the abandonment and rehabilitation of the child, but what we want to focus on is the hope aspect hidden in many of these type of cases.
- The fact that an abandoned child left essentially to die away from society was kept alive, taken in and fed due to wild animals, just reminds us of Hope manifests in different ways
- The incredible power of the mind especially in a survival situation to manifest into a survival instinct through communication and physical adaptations to fit the environment and essentially keep the human alive.
- The fact that these wild animals at some stage saw the innocence and decided not to be wild but the opposite by helping, being gentle, showing love,showing emotion and in some cases fighting for their human. Showing they essentially saw the person as one of them, making them fully acknowledged and integrated in their complex animal society.
- The evidence of nurture. These children in these cases were not happy they were being rescued, it was the opposite. They were being taken away from what they know and were showing and going through the mental and physical traumas because they wanted to go back. And that’s the mystery because no one knows what the living was like on a daily basis but we do know they were surviving and living.
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