Hope Survives

H O P E S U R V I V E S . . .

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Embracing Notions

Besides being a great name for a band, I think one of the keys to contentment is embracing notions of all sorts, shapes and sizes.

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Trying to quit

If you are still trying to quit you are not trying hard enough. 🙂

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Straight Positives or Double Negatives?

Things that make you go, hmmmmmmmm……

STRAIGHT POSITIVE: The less you deny, the more positive you can become.
DOUBLE NEGATIVE: The more you don’t deny, the less negative you can become.

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Another fine line

Between here and now and here and there.

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Babbling steps, baby steps

If tomorrow’s test is based on today’s quiz, why are we basing today’s quiz on yesterday’s lesson? Could it be that tomorrow never comes? A life is built on yesterdays. A good life is lived like there is no tomorrow.

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Hidden messages

Hidden messages will always have hidden meanings and vice versa.

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There is no sugar coating it

There is a thin line between pretending and sugar coating. The line should be even thinner between compassion and telling it like it is.

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Monday Morning Epiphany

Random thought: Are we to be forever cursed with trying to pass the tests of tomorrow based on the quizzes from yesterday’s lessons?

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Example Babble

<babble>All fine line analogies aside, it seems to me that it is far easier to set a bad example by trying to set a good example than it is to set a good example without trying. </babble>

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Another thin line

That thin line between re-conciliation and re-taliation. 🙂

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Another thin line discovery

There is a thin line between never and the first time.

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Swallowing truths

The truth can be just as hard to swallow as the biggest bald faced lie.
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Another fine line

<babble>There is a fine line between having faith in nothing and having no faith in anything. The former is the side I tend to come down on more often than not.</babble>

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Thin lines abound

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Comforting

<babble>Whether one is comforted or discomforted by the fact that more things go unnoticed than noticed says a lot about that person’s comfort level.</babble>

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Weird or sinister?

Facebook Experiment 9

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Razor thin lines

There is a thin line between doing something for the greater good and doing something for the lesser evil.
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Hebrews 11:6

It also takes faith to make possible a G*d who needs to give rewards in order to be pleased.

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Maybe

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