Art is the highest form of hope.

Definition

This idiom is used to express the idea that art can provide hope in times of despair, and that it is a powerful tool for inspiring optimism.

ExamplesSentences

Even in the darkest of times, art is the highest form of hope.

No matter how bleak the future may seem, art gives us hope for a better tomorrow.

Origin

This idiom is a variation on a quote from German poet and dramatist Friedrich Schiller, who wrote “Art is the proper task of life” in 1793.

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