The Merriam Webster dictionary defines “hope” as the following: to cherish a desire with anticipation
Emily Dickinson – Poem about Hope
Hope is the thing with feathers
That perches in the soul
And sings the tune
without the words
And never stops
– at all –
First stanza – from the poem, “Hope” by Emily Dickinson (1830-1886)
Hope Always (die Hoffnung stirbt zuletzt)
This “Hope Always”collection began in English words.
But I geek on languages and I love how it translates as “hope dies last” in German.
It accepts what is and does not avoid the unpleasant, difficult, painful or messy.
Let that be your life spirit!
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