I am encouraged that there's going to be much better dialogue between the federal government and the state of Arizona. I mean, I hope that's not wishful thinking.
The church is in the hope business. We, of all people, ought to be known most for our hope because our hope is founded on something deeper than human ability or wishful thinking.
Scriptural hope is not wishful thinking. It's rock-solid assurance!
Real hope is much more than wishful musing. It stiffens, not slackens, the spiritual spine.
For me hope isn't wishful thinking or blind faith about the future. It's a stance toward life - one of curiosity and humility.
It had been wishful thinking, plain and simple, dangerous for me to indulge in. Hope, happiness and freedom were not in my future.
Hope is not mere wishful thinking. It is the precursor of a new dawn that slowly, steadily and unerringly comes to the fore and eventually grows into reality's existence.
Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.
Wishful thinking is not sound public policy.