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Hope Is...

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  1. Zuluhn says:
    We have always held to the hope, the belief, the conviction that there is a better life, a better world, beyond the horizon.
  2. JoJocage says:
    Hope is an optimistic state of mind that is based on an expectation of positive outcomes with respect to events and circumstances in one's life or the world at large. As a verb, its definitions include: "expect with confidence" and "to cherish a desire with anticipation." Among its .
  3. Shakajar says:
    As that wonderful cockney poet and philosopher Ian Dury once said, "The hope that springs eternal springs right up your behind:) I don't have much time for hope, after all hope is what makes drowning men clutch at straws.
  4. Zulurisar says:
    small and relatively inexpensive articles given, kept, or purchased as a reminder of a place visited, an occasion, etc.; mementos. reflecting surfaces, as the surface of calm water under certain lighting .
  5. Bram says:
    Jul 10,  · Hope is a powerful thing. It inspires us to do the impossible and helps us carry on during difficult times. And hope can come in many different shapes and forms. It may be through our favorite music, or a good book, or even by listening to our favorite thought leaders.
  6. Kagarr says:
    Jul 08,  · Hope can be a very dangerous thing. Your greatest wounds may be tied to unrealized dreams or unexpected disappointments. Unfortunately, the daily and worldly hopes we know in this life create some category confusion when it comes to our hope in Christ. Peter’s first letter is written to Christians in conflict.
  7. Zuzshura says:
    Note to POL students: The inclusion or omission of the numeral in the title of the poem should not affect the accuracy score. It is optional during recitation. Emily Dickinson, "'Hope' is the Thing with Feathers" from The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson, edited by Thomas H. Johnson, ed., Cambridge.
  8. Arashizshura says:
    Apr 16,  · Biblical hope is a sure foundation upon which we base our lives, believing that God always keeps His promises. Hope or confident assurance can be ours when we trust the words, “He who believes on Me has everlasting life” (John , NKJV).
  9. Bragore says:
    Hope is the desire for something good in the future. The children might say, “I hope daddy gets home early tonight so we can play kickball after supper before his meeting.” In other words, they desire for him to get home early so that they can experience this good thing, namely, playing together after supper.

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