Quote by Jean Kerr
Hope is the feeling you have that the feeling you have isn't permanent.
This quote highlights the concept of hope, describing it as the belief that temporary negative feelings or situations will eventually improve or change. It suggests that hope stems from the acknowledgment that emotions and circumstances are fluid and not permanent. It implies that hope arises when there is a belief in the potential for things to get better and offers a sense of optimism and possibility in facing challenges or difficult times.
Tennis takes care of everything. It requires agility and quickness to get to the ball, core strength to get power into your shorts and stamina to last for an entire match. In addition to toning your arms and shoulders, it's a total body workout for your legs and abs, and works your heart and core unlike any other sport.
The feat of superbly imitating a muscle, as Michelangelo did, or a face, as Raphael did, created neither progress nor a hierarchy in art. Because these artists of the sixteenth century imitated human forms, they were not superior to the artists of the high periods of Egyptian, Chaldean, Indochinese, Roman, and Gothic art who interpreted and stylized form but did not imitate it.