We all know about the term ‘hope’, but what is hope and how do we practice hope?
Researcher Ellen Miller put Julian of Norwichs thoughts on hope into 300 words in our ECC. Here is short look into the definition:
“Julian of Norwich’s optimistic voice—her fearless writings in the vernacular despite edicts that forbid such writings—is amplified by the content of her revelations. Julian wrote when the Black Plague was ravishing Europe; pessimism was prevalent. Julian’s sanguinity in the face of severe realities provides a hope that transcends her individual virtues and temperament.”
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