Hold On

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6 Responses

  1. Samantha says:

    How about that you will still have hope after all is said and done? I can’t think of a definition without using the word hope in it!

  2. Janet Latter says:

    I love how you say tomorrow will be different and different might be better. Seems like there is less room for disappointment that way too 🙂

  3. Cindy says:

    Hope to me is the removal of doubt and contrived expectations of feeling genuine happiness – a “knowing” it’s always obtainable (inwardly – even when outward circumstances don’t reveal it) – letting things we cannot control be what they will be and, sometimes, not always right away -but eventually, rejoicing in them – learning from all of our experiences and seeking the sliver lining – especially through the dark clouds – hanging onto that HOPE.

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