How are we to understand the divine virtue of Hope, in the sense that Paul of Tarsus uses it? Given that Faith and Love esoterically do not signify what we would commonly accept them to, I'm willing to bet Hope doesn't mean hoping tomorrow will be better than today! When I meditate on Hope however, I find much of what I come up with is bound to time, in the same way that faith would be superficially bound to belief. How can we better understand this virtue?
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