Nothing gives a person hope like having an expectation. In fact, expectation is the anticipation that the possibility of something happening is greater than the probability of it not occurring. The unfortunate thing about expectation is that it doesn’t make things happen, it looks for things to happen. This position of expectation usually places a person in an interim between reality and expectation. And, when reality is viewed as permanent, expectations are usually pointless. It is therefore, absolutely essential that a person understands the underlying principle of having an expectation.