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The psychologist Viktor Frankl observed that almost all of the survivors of the Nazi concentration camps lived through the experience because they maintained their hope of freedom until the end. They they did not accept the idea that the situation was the end of their existence, and they concentrated on the hope of being liberated some day from that infernal situation.
Hope offers a resistance to shock. When a natural disaster or a personal misfortune occurs, those who firmly believe that a solution exists will experience an additional measure of strength to recover from material losses and their own setback. Hope is a quality that is intimately related to religious faith. For the believer, hope is a gift from God.
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