[ PRINT ]

Hope – Our Value for March


Each month I have a pretty easy time writing up a blog, the hardest part usually is the time to just sit down and write my blog. However this month it was a little hard to put on the brave face with all the turmoil in the world and pen these words. Hope… that is an interesting value. With out hope how do we go on. However we have heard of hope before. Hope with out definition what is that? If you say we need hope but don’t explain what kind of hope, then are you really defining hope at all? Hope to me is to look ahead and feel that the sun will rise tomorrow. That the people of our great nation will recognize the urgency to get involved in their community, their children’s lives, the church and in our political system. Hope comes from knowing that there will be a brighter tomorrow. What are you doing to bring hope for the future? Get involved – ┬áteam up with others, educate yourself.

Hope as a believer in God is how I get thru the day. Implement hope and share it with others around you. Thru hope we can make things better and our Country a better place to live.

Comments

2 Responses to “Hope – Our Value for March”
  1. EdFulop EdFulop says:

    Had to smile this evening as I was catching up on the day’s news, and I came across an article that highlighted an interview that Piers Morgan (who?) did with Matt Damon — the actor from one of my most-favorite series of movies, “The Bourne Identity/Supremacy/Ultimatum” — on his show last night. Damon was an extremely ardent supporter of Obama during the campaign in 2008, making many guest appearances for him on the trail. On last night’s show, when asked about how he felt the president was doing, he said plainly “I’m no longer a fan . . . . I no longer hope for audacity”, a play on the title of one of our Glorious Leader’s many memoirs, “The Audacity of Hope.” Is Hollywood catching on, or is Matt Damon just a bloody-toothed racist?

Speak Your Mind

Tell us what you're thinking...