I hope that today you can recognize someone who helped make your freedom possible, regardless of whether you agree with the political reasons for putting them where they might be defending your right.
I hope that tomorrow, you are still thanking them, not just on Veterans Day.
I hope that you are safe, healthy, and happy, and if not, think of one thing you can do for someone else to make them safer, healthier, or happier. I guarantee it’ll at least make you happier.
I have hope that at some point, the United States will be united once more, and the bickering about complete bullshit will end. I know it’s a vain hope, but it’s still a hope.
I hope that someone will step forward and do something right. I equally hope that others will see this and do something similar.
I SINCERELY HOPE that the above people do the things they do just because they’re right and not for fame, fortune, or glory.
I hope I can get off my ass and get back into shape and not use my elbow surgery as an excuse to sit on my ass and do nothing.
I hope that this makes ONE person think about how they can effect/affect someone or something positively.
I hope no one corrects my grammar because I’ve never known when to use effect and when to use affect.
I hope that for some of you, that you find the peace you have been so desperately looking for. Sometimes peace is just sitting still and breathing, not constantly looking for that missing something.
I hope that everyone who reads this will do something to make the world a better place. For some of us, it’s as easy as recycling something. For others, just smile at someone who passes you in the street.
I hope you help someone for no other reason than because you want to help someone.
I hope that We the People, In Order to Form a more Perfect Union….Form a Union.
Union: a number of persons, states, etc., joined or associated together for some common purpose
I hope that we put down the petty crap and decide that the common purpose for this country is the betterment of this country.
I hope people wake up and realize that the country we’re handing to our children is sort of like that toy that no one plays with anymore that’s gotten beaten up and used for parts for other things.
I hope that I am not the only one who is still proud to be an American. I’m not proud of everything we stand for, nor am I proud of some of the decisions that have been made.
I hope that more people realize that we’re humans first, and that should count more than color, race, religion, political view, or sexual preference.
I hope that you made it this far, and that I made a difference in your day.
I hope you find peace, even if it’s for a moment.