Hope in a Jar

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Life is a classroom. We are both student and teacher. Each day is a test. And each day we receive a passing or failing grade in one particular subject: grace. Grace is compassion, gratitude, surrender, faith, forgiveness, good manners, reverence and the list goes on. It’s something money can’t buy and credentials rarely produce. Being the smartest, the prettiest, the most talented, the richest or even the poorest can’t help. Being a humble person can, and being a helpful person can guide you through your days with grace and gratitude.

Purity is natural. We come into this world with all the right instincts. We are innocent and therefore perceive things as they should be rather than how they are. Our conscience is clear, our hands are clean and the world at large is truly beautiful. It is at this time we feel most blessed.

With eyes wide open, you live your dreams.

Hope is a spark that comes from within and lights the way for others. Where there is hope there can be faith. Where there is faith miracles can occur. If you choose to live each day in the light of what may be, you will find hope is all you need. Hope is a friend to lean on. Hope is the inner voice that whispers words of encouragement. Hope is a compass that guides you in the right direction. Hope is the force that keeps pushing you forward. Where there is hope there can be faith. Where there is faith the small challenges of today become the big wins of tomorrow.

Remember that everyday hope is hope to keep and hope to share with every body!

G.M. Grena

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One Response to “Hope in a Jar”

  1. pithom Says:

    Note that “Aren Maeir’s landmark article” ( https://lmlk.wordpress.com/2010/12/31/ancient-contribution-jars/ ) is to be found at http://www.academia.edu/1527785/Maeir_A._M._2010._And_Brought_in_the_Offerings_and_the_Tithes_and_the_Dedicated_Things_Faithfully_II_Chron_31_12_On_the_Meaning_and_Function_of_the_Late_Iron_Age_Judahite_Incised_Handle_Cooking_Pot._Journal_of_the_American_Oriental_Society_130_1_43-62

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