Hope?

Thank you to the friend that sent this today.

“But hope, hope is something else. Hope is the acknowledgment of more openness in a situation than the situation easily reveals; openness above all to possibilities for human attachments, expressions, and asser­tions. The hopeful person does not merely envisage this possibility as a wish; the hopeful person acts upon it now by loosening and refusing the hold that taken-for-granted realities and routines have over imagination.”

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~ by kcanderson on November 7, 2008.

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