When poet Alexander Pope wrote this line in his poem “An Essay on Man” in 1733, he was referring to humankind’s eternal hope for life after death. “The soul, uneasy and confin’d from home / Rests and expatiates in a life to come,” he wrote. But this sentiment can be applied to everyday life, as well. We can take comfort knowing that hope is an innate and essential human quality. It’s in our nature to reach for what’s possible, and to find optimism even in the toughest times.
TODAY’S DAILY QUOTE ~ Alexander Pope
September 22, 2021