Hope: v. to desire a goal(s) and/or an event(s) which frequently doesn’t have a great probability of existence in the future

We frequently look forward with anticipation to an event(s) which will exist in the future and we feel there is almost certainty that it will exist or happen. When there is some or much doubt about a future event(s) existing we actually are hoping that it will exist.

“Hope you have a nice day” and “I hope everything will go well” is a realization that there is not total certainty in the outcome.

The same truth applies to setting and achieving a goal(s). If we are not very certain that we can achieve a goal(s) then we frequently begin to hope that we will achieve but will not be too shocked if we don’t.

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