“The problem with preparing for the worst is that that has the power to attract the worst .” “They who always expect the worst are almost always pleasantly surprised.” “The unwise hope for the best … and prepare for only the best.”
be optimistic but ready for hard times as well. keep optimistic outlook but be ready for adversity. to expect for the best result all the while being prepared with options in case it is the worst one possible.
: to hope that things will turn out as well as possible All we can do is hope for the best .
” worse ” is a comparative; “for the worse ” refers to a situation that is worse than another. ” worst ” is a superlative, so “for the worst ” refers to a situation that is the worst possible. I think “for the worse ” is the usual idiom. For example, “things have taken a turn for the worse ” (i.e. worse than they were before).
Survivalism is a social movement of individuals or groups ( called survivalists or preppers) who actively prepare for emergencies, including possible disruptions in social or political order, on scales from local to international.
Quote by Maya Angelou : “Hoping for the best, prepared for the worst, an”
It is better to do something after it was supposed to have been done than not to do it at all.
1 : in a way that expresses desire with an expectation of fulfillment : in a hopeful manner gazed up at us hopefully . 2 : it is hoped : I hope : we hope hopefully the rain will end soon.
1 : to cherish a desire with anticipation : to want something to happen or be true hopes for a promotion hoping for the best I hope so. 2 archaic : trust. transitive verb. 1 : to desire with expectation of obtainment or fulfillment I hope she remembers. hopes to be invited.
When someone says ‘I hope all is well with you’, this a respectful sign showing genuine care and regard. In this case it would be best to reciprocate what the other person has said, to show that you accept their sentiments. You could reply by saying, ‘I hope all is well with you too, thank you for asking! ‘.
5 Better Alternatives to “I Hope This Email Finds You Well ” 1 Nothing at all. 2 Something personal. 3 “I know you ‘re swamped, so I’ll be brief.” 4 “ We met at ______.” 5 A bit of small talk.
2 Answers. Trust is a good alternative as it either: places the imperative on the person being addressed (I hope you will answer my question vs I trust you will answer my question), or. indicates a level of respect for the person being addressed.
Worse describes something that is of lower quality than something else. It is used to compare two things with each other. Worst describes something that is of the lowest quality of a group of three of more things.
” Worse ” vs. ” worst “. What is the difference? Worse and worst are the comparative and superlative forms of the adjective bad. Worse should be used to compare two things. These can be objects, places, people, ideas, etc. Worst should be used to state that one thing is inferior to multiple other things. e.g. I think French food is the worst food in Europe.
phrase [VERB inflects] If someone does their worst , they do everything unpleasant that they can possibly do . You can say ‘ do your worst ‘ to show someone that you are not frightened of what they may do .