byGreg Laurieon Jan 1, 2021
2020 is now in our rearview mirrors and it can’t leave fast enough. What a year it was.
The year of the coronavirus pandemic, shutdowns and quarantine.
The year of political upheaval, riots and protests.
2020 seemed to bring out both the best and worst in people. As Charles Dickens’ “A Tale Of Two Cities” begins, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” That seems like a good summary of this year. Despite the chaos of 2020, I have hope for 2021.
Here’s an acronym to help us understand hope: holding on with patient expectation (HOPE).
First of all, let me tell you where I am not putting my hope: political solutions. Politics have their place of course, and they have a significant effect on our lives. But true hope that transcends circumstances and human emotions comes from…
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