Hope is a word when uttered gives you a break in the present time

Spoken as a wish for all future times.

It is a word that is uttered during cherished moments and

as well, for moments yet to come.

Living with hope in our daily lives we give positive energy into the air. Hope rises and melds into the atmosphere.

Hope gives us confidence that all will be well and that we will continue on a righteous path.

When combing your brain for an answer, most likely the word hope will give you several answers to choose from and all leading back to you.

Add the words wish and want to your hope and it gathers more strength.

If you are looking at the past tense of hope, turn around three times and change the word to the present tense and turn around three more times.

Are you starting to think this is crazy? Well, my friend, do it and tell me you do not feel full of hope. Yes, in that order. You may be a little off center for a moment after the circling and then, you are filled with a gleeful spirit.

Yes it is you who is filled with hope making you hopeful. Full of hope is having a clear strong sense of the future for you and yours.

By: Sheila Clapkin

5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Sheryl
    Dec 03, 2016 @ 15:58:18

    I had my doubts, but after I spun around 6 times I was definitely smiling and had a gleeful spirit. 🙂


  2. Sheila Clapkin
    Dec 04, 2016 @ 09:27:37

    Definitely smiling and filled with a gleeful spirit is spectacular. You are certainly connected to the earth and the spirit in charge.
    Thank you for spinning and taking the chance. Love your work and the blogs it produces. Keep on smiling…I do so appreciate you actually spun.


  3. nuala ryan
    Dec 04, 2016 @ 15:54:23

    I am reminded of the Mystic, Julian of Norwich and her thoughts on wrongdoing. She says wrongdoing is useful or necessary for self knowledge but “all shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of things shall be well”. T.S. Eliot quotes Julian in “Little Gidding” from his Four Quartets. This for me is hope!
    Sheila, thank you for your mystical moments which lead me to grace filled moments.


  4. Sheila Clapkin
    Dec 07, 2016 @ 07:45:26

    Who can ask for more than moments filled with mystery which leaves you grace filled moments.


  5. Sheila Clapkin
    Dec 11, 2016 @ 03:28:17

    Yes Dear Nuala, I’ll be watching out for moments of mystery to gather
    grace filled moments. Yes, how can we ask for more. Well just a little.


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