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Hope

Someone once said that when we say “I hope so” we secretly expect to fail. That “to hope so” implies a lack of confidence or surety and that we have to do more than simply hope. I don’t agree. I think hope implies belief. Belief in things about to happen! To hope is not an expectation of failure on our part. We live in a fragile uncertain world largely out of our control. To hope is more than just a vacant wish. To hope is to carry in your heart and mind the belief that you will be alright… no matter what happens… no matter which way the dice falls… no matter what hand you are dealt. If your plans are in place you can hope to your heart's content. Because you know that you’ve done all you can and can legitimately hope for the best :)

 

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