Re: Hope

Revisit a topic you wrote about in January. You can see a list of them here:

What gives you hope? And what, if anything, makes you question hope? And what makes you question your questions of hope? And…

Hope is a fragile thing.

And, as is commonly found with most things in this world, the greater the hope. The harder it is bound to crash from time to time.

I think one good example of this is with President Obama, and his campaign of Hope & Change.

But he has so far failed to right the majority of the wrongs with the world.

So we have lost hope?

Or, you can work for a long time, to create an understanding, and a hope in the future – and have one simple statement undermine the overall basis of that understanding.

But should you lose hope altogether?

Probably not,

but it’s hard sometimes, to hold on anyhow.




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