At the end of the tunnel is light. Everyone goes through the tunnel in some stage of their life; this is a test of your determination and willpower. It doesn’t matter if you are merely hanging on by your fingertips; you will return to your immensely thrilling life sooner or later.
In winter you may be losing hope, but when that happens, remind yourself that in spring, you will regain your confidence. Your life will burst into full bloom and you will return into the adventure of life. Compare this to a game. You are trying to obtain a holy scribe from the East. In the middle of the game you are losing badly. If the situation doesn’t turn around you’ll soon find yourself as a wonderfully nutritious meal for some random animal. But then you find a pearl to keep you going, and soon afterwards you reach your destination and get your scribe. If you had given up, you would have been dead by now.
With hope, anyone can achieve anything. Hope gives you the burning desire to do something; without desire, one will never accomplish any goal, no matter big or small. Hope gives us the motivation to complete a goal; it brings to us the satisfaction of completing something.
If winter comes, can spring be far behind? This motto teaches us that hope fills in the dent that disaster has formed; it lights up a burning candle in our heart that give us desire. Thank you, hope.