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    Hope In South Dakota

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    The small town of Hope, South Dakota was named after people that viewed this small area as a sign of hope for life, this ironic because Hope lives in a part of a state that many people would think it would hopeless living there. The people living in Hope are nowhere near affected by the hopeless appearance around Hope; to the people, this is everyday life. The weather could be harsh, relaxing, or outright random; It could be snowing in the start of spring as people think spring is starting early or the days would be windier in the summer that would make people think they would fly away like kites. The winters could short and nice, or long and brutal or vice versa. The people in other states in the South question about how people from the North don’t get cold at a mere sixty degrees in the middle of the afternoon. People in north would view the people in the southern states to be outright weak to the cold since sixty degrees is warm to them; the question the Northerners gave to the South was how they managed to deal with the heat over the summers up to a hundred degrees constantly. The people in the North are aware that not all southern states deal with hundred degree weather, but some people actually do, yet they find themselves cold in rooms slightly under seventy degrees. Hope, South Dakota often deals with weather that can set at below zero at winter nights and ninety degree weather in the day, but half the people prefer the biting cold and…

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    Nectar In A Sieve Hope

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    Hope is the feeling responsible for preventing people from giving up and quitting. The power of hope gives people a reason to keep fighting for the future they desire. In Kamala Markandaya’s novel, Nectar in a Sieve, which takes place in the 1950s, she tells her readers about the hope two destitute farmers in rural India: Nathan and Rukmani. They face monsoons, droughts, and other hardships that attempt to destroy their lives and those of their children, but through the troubles, they meet…

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    How We Hope Analysis

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    discuss the orthodox definition of hope expressed in Adrienne Martin’s How We Hope: A Moral Psychology, and emphasize the inherent problems raised by Martin that challenge this definition. Martin derives the ‘orthodox definition’ of hope from the works of Day and Downie introduced in the late 1960s. Day states that “hope involves (1) desiring and (2) estimating a probability” and names these two constituents of hope as the desiderative and the estimative constituents, respectively (Day 89). And…

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    Have you ever lost all hope or seen anyone who was like that? This is about those who refused to lose all hope no matter what happened. Hopes, dreams, and goals allow people to come together and help one another achieve their goals. This is represented in Of Mice and Men by how George is always going out of his way to help Lenny, then by how Candy offered help and $350 towards them getting the farm. In War Dance they all came together to win the dancing competition. Finally in The Secret Life of…

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    In today’s world hope is a thing that will get us through the worst of days and make us look back to the best of days. This is possible because no matter how bad today was we have hope that tomorrow will be better. Hope is so powerful that without it I believe that life would lose its meaning. There are certain occasions in which we think that all hope is lost but it isn’t. Hope may be lost for a short time in the presence of death but it isn’t. Hope is a powerful force that a powerful Batman…

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    Hope is a Drive Hope is the only drive people have in tragic situations. Throughout Ishmael’s memoir of his experience in the war he had drive, hope, and faith within himself. He had faith that he and his brother Junior would find safety from the war. Having this faith allowed Ishmael to create a forward drive that kept him running. After he and his brother were separated by the rebels in an ambush, he realized that it was easier to hope for a better day. He was confident that someday…

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    It was never been bad to have hope on things that you will never think that you will get. Hope is a great quality to have. It is a good quality because it helps our characters from our story. The characters that have been affected by hopes are Jason, Shelby and Shelby mother. Jason was affected of this good quality that a person may have. The quality to have hope on things is a good thing. Hope is when people either trust other people to or to trust yourself on something you might want to…

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    Everyone faces hardships differently, and with every hardship, individuals have the verdict of whether to persevere or surrender. In the novel Nectar in a Sieve, the author Kamala Markandaya explores themes of optimism and how it weaves its way into the hardships of Rukmani’s and Nathan’s lives. Throughout the novel, the family faced many challenges. These challenges were indeed difficult at times, but certainly not impossible to deal with when one is in an optimistic state of mind. Though…

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    Lugenia Burns Hope was a twentieth-century civil rights activist and social reformer who worked steadfastly to rebuild black communities using grassroots politics and community ties. Hope was no stranger to hard work. From an early age, Hope worked full time at organizations like Hull House— a settlement organization founded by Jane Addams and Ellen Gates Starr dedicated to providing European Immigrants with amenities such as daycare services, libraries, employment and education. Her infectious…

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    across much hope in the reservation, between his differences and the hopelessness shared between everyone. Arnold’s dog was his one of the only ounces of hope in his life. When his dad went to shoot the dog, it was like taking away a part of Arnold, but Arnold believed if he ran fast enough he could make the truth go away. I was saddened to hear that they could not afford a vet trip and had to put the dog down. Quote-”I am zero on the rez. And if you subtract zero from zero, you still have…

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