According to Webster: “hope,” (in context) v. To wish for something with expectation of its fulfillment.
Question: Is hope for sale?
Question: Where can I buy some hope?
Hope is on sale Monday through Friday from any of your local (municipal), state or federal government offices.
(Dr. David Jeremiah).
Hope is also on sale Saturday and Sunday from your local minister or television evangelist.
Question: What kind of a statement is that for an individual who claims to believe in God to make?
Dr. David Jeremiah’s (net assets) according to [charitynavigator.org] are north of “$12 million dollars,” while the annual donations to his “Shadow Mountain Community Church” extend north of $40 million dollars.
Answer: (for those of you less quick on your feet); “It’s the kind a statement that an individual makes who “believes in God,” ..and doesn’t believe in ripping folks off in his name.
One either has faith or one doesn’t, if I didn’t have a soul, and/or, a spirit, there is no way I could have felt what I felt when my faithful companion…
..Molly passed away.
According to Webster: “work,” Physical or mental effort or activity directed toward the production or accomplishment of something.
I don’t care what America’s liberal socialist ideologues tout, life is not…
..a bowl of cherries!
Real people own an alarm clock and work for a living.
According to Webster: “toil,” (in context) Work strenuously.
While our politicians, and/or, our self-indulgent elitist scuffs our furniture with his shoes while waiting for an intern…
…to bring him his lunch,
…or the news that Air Force One is fueled and a flight plan for another Hawaii vacation has been filed.
A question for the peanut gallery; What requires more effort, being honest and straightforward, or maintaining lies and a cover-up?
According to Webster: “ef·fort,” (in context) The use of physical or mental energy to do something.
Up until the moneylenders and greed took over commerce in America, (1913), America was the top manufacturing nation on the planet.
Now, in the (technological) age of the 21st century, the elite and/or, (haves) flip stocks on Wall Street and the (have nots) flip burgers at McDonald’s.
Another question for the peanut gallery; Where is America’s once mighty middle class?
According to Webster: “pro·duc·tion,” (in context) n. The act or process of producing something.
According to Webster: “a·chieve·ment,” (in context) n. The act of accomplishing or finishing something.
According to Webster: “suc·cess,” n. The achievement of something desired.
According to Webster: “waste,” (in context) v. To use or consume without purpose.
Fact: There are still more than three million homeless men and women sleeping on the streets of America.
Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back tomorrow
Postscript: Wouldn’t it be wonderful if “understanding” would fill a man’s belly?