Originally Posted by leshka
Did you mean that you don't need hope just because you KNOW that the outcome WILL BE positive? Instead of "I hope I will handle it" you say "I know I will handle it" Did I understand you correctly?
It may sound like semantics, but using words powerfully makes a big difference for me in what I'm creating. So, it's not so much "I know I will handle it" as it is: "I will handle it."
One is mere knowing, the other is dynamically willing. It sounds like just words, but it's really two different actions
I'm taking. There's no need for hope when I'm dynamically willing.
(when I use the word "willing", I don't mean it in the ordinary way, like: I am willing to go to the dentist. I mean it in the sense that I am in the process, right now, of willing something into existence -- actually generating it. Ordinary willingness is almost passive, but extraordinary willingness is like being an architect, a general contractor, a builder, an interior decorator, the cleaning lady, and the buyer -- all at once.