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There is a song with the lyrics the years go by as softly as a To those of us who have the most to learn the years go by long and hard The middle-age years where the fruits of the good life are enjoyed and consolidated fail to transpire Life exists as if were wearing dark glasses and bearing heavy loads on our spirits In planning the question comes up How The answer sometimes helps and sometimes it fails to make a difference Therefore I choose to offer another solution- partly to fortify the position but also to offer a different path for those who find that the first path is less helpful than it could be The statement is Hope-quest thrust-gee Each word has a place to play Each word is a good vocabulary word by itself And the combination is designed to tie the mental search for hope with some words that answer the question with action Hope of course is the second of the virtues in the Bible quotation of faith hope and love Hope is that quality which allows people to bear great burdens without collapsing Hope is the quality that springs eternal for all those willing to do a little maintenance Hope is not however an action and it will solve nothing As a property that can be a lie hope may convince the person that good things will happen if you live long enough if you pray or if youre one lucky son-uv-a-gun You may also fail to recognize the need to do as much as you can if you expect things to be different There are teams in sports like the Atlanta Braves that play so well and are similarly unprepared for the next playoff time To bring focus so that the hope is a realistic goal think of the whole process as a quest a search for a holy grail Much of this quest lies
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