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Hope Unites Globally - HUG Award Guidelines

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A Hope in Failure

A hope in failure is a hope that we never give up.

A hope in failure is a hope to learn

from our mistakes, and keep trying to succeed. 46 more words

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A Hope from a Ridge-Pole: Balance

In the book Anne of Green Gables, Anne’s experience on the ridge-pole of Mr. Barry’s house nearly ended in despair and not hope.

Her classmate and rival Josie Pye dared Anne to walk the ridge-pole of the house, and Anne took the dare because she thought her honor was at stake. 239 more words

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A Hope from a Hummingbird

The short YouTube video included with this article is a story of hope from a little hummingbird who, I believe, practiced the words of Mahatma Gandhi: 151 more words

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A Hope from a Windchime

I have learned to have awareness and appreciation of the simple things in life that give me strength, peace, and hope for today when I need it the most. 399 more words

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A Hope That Ripples

The following is a wonderful “hope” quotation by Robert Kennedy.  It is about ripples of hope and how they can build into a current to sweep down mighty walls: 144 more words

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A Hope from a Wisdom Marinade

Amidst all the challenges, choices, and decisions in life, who among us does not hope for wisdom? Wisdom, however, does not always come easily. There are a lot of very knowledgeable people, but many fewer wise people. 616 more words

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