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mepisces mepisces 56-60, M 12 Answers May 21, 2011

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in depths of despair , agent machovsky raises my spirits<br />
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we sing serbian peasant songs and bang our pots with psycho grinning faces

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never had it in the first place

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Yes, I've been hopeless but something, and I do not know what it is, never gives up on me, some part of me will not give in totally and I love this stupid, rotten wonderful at times world

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Yes, certainly I have. If I spend 'X' amount of time trying to 'aquire' (for want of a better ex<x>pression) something that I really want and find that by the end of this time that I am no nearer, then I have given up hope. Giving up hope does *not* mean 'defeat' and it does not mean pessimism. Some things are not meant to happen and it's up to *us* to decipher what is unattainable. Some things are brought upon ourselves and it takes *us* to get ourselved out; this is a totally different ball-game and in such instances we should *not* give up hope.<br />
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Hope is relevant to the person and the cause. To set our sights high and to fail should never be seen to be failure if we give it our 100% but *still* didn't get there. Giving up hope on something that we *know* we can never achieve is worthy enough to do. Or should we spend out time chasing dreams and *hope* they come to fruition?<br />
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It's about discerning. If we can discern that 'whatever thing' we aim for is not within our reach simply because it isn't, then we shold let go and do something else. To continue on some hopeless quest is a form of denial, if we like to think it is or not.<br />
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IMHO ... :-)<br />
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~F~

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ya!

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No, I have very high quality good hope.

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Giving up is not an option in my book

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Nope

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