Let’s Make Hope

Even if you do not like the word ‘hope,’ bear with me.

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Some people do not like the word “hope.” It is often an empty word. It is used in greeting cards. But hope, just as often, has deeper meanings.

I am not attached to the word “hope,” but it is a common word for certain concepts that are important. Here, in discussing these concepts, I use the word “hope.” I am…

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