Hope has been alternately defined as “a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen,” and as “a feeling of trust.” The former sentiment could be described as active anticipation, and the latter is understood more as passive reliance on the future. Where do you stand on this divide, and what does hope mean to you?
Hope means different things to different people. Some associate it with faith or spirituality, while others believe hope is a choice. Hope can be meaningless to some, while to others it is the very basis of the human condition. Participate in the conversation about hope, if and when you feel it, and what makes you hopeful.
This survey will be closed on October 12, 2020.