An Ideal of HOPE
The dictionary describes hope as a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen. An ideal is described as satisfying one’s conception of what is perfect; most suitable. In conclusion, it is safe to say that when you combine those two words together you “have an expectation and desire for what is most suitable for yourself.”
Hope is compelling because it is universal. Everyone needs it, and almost everyone exhibit at least some measure of hope if they have made it as far as this day.
But it simply isn't enough to just wish for something to happen. Hope is important, because hope involves the will to get there, and different pass for you to take. Life can be difficult, and that should not come as a surprise to anyone. Yet, hope allows you to keep going down different roads to see things differently, and to try and make things for your perfect ideal. This holds true, even when there seems like there isn’t a solution. In fact, the word “Hope” is in the definition of the word faith. Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Furthermore, faith, without work is dead. Meaning, if you simply wish on something to happen, but do nothing to work toward it, then it is of no use. Continue to Part 2.
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