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|Hope Crossing…where Ada’s House stands as a haven for weary souls looking for kindness, faith, and second chances.|
|In the city, hope was more openended and individualized as individual refugees |
savoured the refuge of hope and the prospectofa miracle happeningto them.
Meanwhile, hope wasalso governed here, albeit moresubtly thanin the camp.
|Doubt makes us all uncertain. Uncertainty is the only certainty there is. |
Uncertainty is cool; it's the refuge of hope. In the face of uncertainty, there is
nothing wrong with hope. Maturity of mind is the capacity to endure uncertainty.
|You know I can. . .every time." His eyes reflected that familiar mixture of |
spitefiilness and uncertainty as he willed her to do his bidding. “I call the shots.
Not you. Not dear old johnny. Me." But maybe he didn't. A tender sprig of hope
|In Psalm 40:3 we see that clinging hope can put a song in our hearts that flows |
out of our lives even in hard times: "He ... righteous by believing in Jesus as his
Savior faces death, he will have a hope that is a refuge from the uncertainty and ...
|Feeling as if she'd been unwillingly conscripted into a terrible dream, Katy spent |
the rest of that morning helping her lodgers and neighbours to move their
possessions to Tsiga Grounds, where displaced families were gathering to seek
|But when hope presents itself only as a refuge from absolute despair — when it |
gleams as a bright but transient opening ... in the hour of pain and uncertainty,
has no refuge but the delusions of human hope, often detected, but always
|In this book, Brach offers a practical guide to finding our inner sanctuary of peace and wisdom in the midst of difficulty.|
|In the era immediately after the abandonment of the gold standard, gold |
remained a refuge during periods of uncertainty – and uncertainty there certainly
was between 1971–84, with the oil crises, worldwide inflation, and the debt crisis
|Rather than dealing with the messy uncertainty that goes along with entering into |
proper subjective relationship with a student, teachers can seek refuge from that
uncertainty in schemes where emotions are neatly categorized, sanitized and
split off as just one ... I am – as I hope I have made clear, and would like to make
even clearer here – not arguing that teachers should learn about psychoanalysis.