Day 3075: Hope over fear

I woke up to this email this morning:

I’m always looking for hope over fear. Do you see that in my other images for today?

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I’m hoping for hope over fear as we navigate the future.

I hope you enjoy these songs that appeared in today’s post (here, here, and here on YouTube):

Hope over fear that there will be comments on this post.

Gratitude over everything, so thanks to all who help me put hope over fear every day, including YOU!

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15 thoughts on “Day 3075: Hope over fear

  1. What an interesting and eclectic selection of songs to start our day. Thank you. I hope you have a good day.

  2. Hope over fear is that those are shrub roses as opposed to paeonias, which resemble them but have ball-like buds and are from different families. There are the ‘Rambling Rose’ and ‘Climbing Rose’ type.

  3. I was going to say that gardens are a perfect example of hope over fear but I got completely tripped up by your tweet about earbuds. I thought I had unusually small ears but after talking to other people with the same issue I think earbuds are designed to prioritize form over function. I fear that happens all too often but I hope someone will come up with a user-friendly earbud design.

  4. I hope that all dogs are taught to read so they can comply with the poop free sign!

  5. always choose hope over fear

  6. I’m choosing hope over fear, yes, Ann, but all these cyber attacks show that you are right when you choose ‘Everybody Wants to Rule the World’ as a song that stands up still. Yeesh.

  7. Pingback: Day 3214: What gives you hope? | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

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