“Everything that is done in this world is done by hope.”
— Martin Luther”
By: Dheeraj RAJA KUMAR (Hall 11)
Hope is about having faith in a particular aspect of life, but faith is not hope. Children are sent to schools, hoping they have a better life than their parents had. Hoping they become responsible citizens, shaping this world. To a student, hope is anticipating a good grade in a course, expecting that particular girl to glance at him, win a football match or even attend the next day’s math class. For a farmer, hope is rain. Rain brings good crops, which in turn, brings satisfaction to his family and that of the consumer. Hope is a peaceful death, in case of the old. Every species on this planet survives with hope. Hoping to reproduce, hoping to give birth to a new life. Hope is the fulcrum that balances life and hardship.
文：Dheeraj RAJA KUMAR （舍堂十一）