One of the best phrases I’ve learned from hanging out with kindergarteners is “Oh well, maybe next time.” Recently parents were invited to join students for the first hour of their school day. As I said Good Morning to one little boy sitting alone, he replied “My Mom has to work today — oh well, maybe next time.”
Those words give us hope for tomorrow. Doesn’t matter if it’s about losing a sporting event, finding your favorite restaurant closed, or what happens to us nearly every day.
The definition of hope is “A desire for a certain thing to happen.” Whatever you face today, choose hope for tomorrow.