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Choose to Hope

Discussion in 'Catholic DIR' started by Mark Dohle, Nov 27, 2022.

  1. Mark Dohle

    Mark Dohle Well-Known Member

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    Choose to Hope

    Hope can be difficult to maintain, yet without hope
    all we have is despair. I struggle with this but choose to hope. Br.MD
     
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  2. pearl

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    Hope is difficult for one who is more prone to acknowledge the world from a negative, 'the glass is always half empty', better to go with 'the glass is half full'.
     
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  3. Misunderstood

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    I agree it is always good to have hope. I am the type to have a more negative view of life. But I always have hope it will get better, and that is enough to get me through.

    However, even though I view the world negatively, I always feel the glass is full and overflowing. If you are on earth, it is filled with a denser material on the bottom and air above that, that fills the glass completely flowing outside the glass and into your space, filling around the earth and out into space.
     
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