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Rebecca Jacoby, Giora Keinan - 2003 - 336 pages
|centered hope assumes that the individual has the personal or social resources |
required to meet a goal or overcome an obstacle, whereas ... And when reality
fails us, Goethe reminds us that "In all things it is better to hope than to despair.
|All human discoveries seem to be made only for the purpose of confirming more |
and more strongly the truths that come on high and are contained in ... By Colette
Quote Rating 83% Topics: Hope In all things it is better to hope than to despair.
|The intriguing part about Deats' thesis is that we as humans seem to know these |
ethical musings all to well. They resonate ... Perhaps the philosopher Goethe had
it right when he said: "In all things, it is better to hope than to despair."19 Be that ...
|That is, even if persons have sinned as long as it is “today,” they have hope; let |
them not then despair so long as they live. Above all things, indeed, he says, “Let
there not be an evil unbelieving heart.” But even if ... Hebrews 161 The One
Greater Than Moses Requires a Better Response Provides a Better Result (Heb
|My Dear Friend, I hope you realize that not every church you run across focuses |
on “the end of the world,” as you put it. I'm aware of grim news in the world and of
predictions about the end of it all, but I like to remember Jesus' teaching on ...
Let's say that the future turns out much worse than we imagine now—or better. ...
The spiritual path is hopeful, yet this hope involves more than finding reasons to
hope in a future that might be, more than dissatisfaction with the way things are,
|Second, to be deeply bothered about the way things are is itself a sign of hope. |
To the ... They are now ready to receive a better hope. Third, it is crucial to
remember that lament is not despair or a cry into a void. ... Finally, then, through
lament we come to that hard place of knowing that we cannot “achieve”
|Perhaps hell is the despair of self-hatred that cannot love or be loved without rea- |
sons. Love's motion has no other origin or telos than creative fidelity and hope
emerging out of its depths. Love's faith “believes all things—and yet is never ...
|7:45 (see also All Things, Bear, Believe, Charity, Endure, Provoke, Rejoice, Seek, |
Suffer, Think, 1 Cor. 13:4-7) ... no hope ye must needs be in despair; and despair
cometh because of iniquity. ... Ps. 42:5 Job 7:6 my days are swifter than a
weavers shuttle, and are spent without h.; Ps. 39:7-8 Lord, what wait I for? my h.
is in ...
|... lost nothing for my life; at all events, I will have lived a better, happier, more |
meaningful life than if I had not had hope. ... and without bitterness and despair,
but rather in hopeful expectation, quiet certainty, and (after everything that has to