What do you believe in?
Do you believe in religion, or simply the comfort it gives you?
Do you believe in miracles, or simply hope for the best?
Do you believe in fate, or only in what you make happen?
Do you believe in stepping back, and letting things happen, or jumping in, and making them happen the way you want?
Do you believe in pushing harder or in encouraging more?
Do you believe in the importance of saying "no," or the power of saying "yes?"
Do you believe only in what you see, or also in what you WANT to see?
There are so many ways to believe, and so many things to believe in. And yet, the most powerful among them is believing in the best of someone we know. "Believing in" can bridge the gap between "can't" and "can," and the abyss between failure and success. Which means that it always matters to be able to say--to our friends, to our kids, to ourselves--"I believe in you."