A Hope Like Cooked Eggs

People who seek hope for today are people who need a hope for today that is like cooked eggs.  People need today’s hope articles to be presented in different ways to help them seize the day/carpe diem.

Some who seek hope and inspiration for today, need a hope similar to “sunny side up or eggs up.”

Others need a hope for today similar to “over easy or sunny side down” eggs.  Others need a more comprehensive hope for today message.

Then there are those who like a scrambled combination of A Hope for Today articles.

On any given day, however, the same person may want eggs cooked differently than they were cooked yesterday.  Yesterday a person may have wanted “sunny side up” eggs, and today that same person may want “sunny side down” eggs.  That is also true of those who seek a hope for today.  From day-to-day, people’s needs for hope change.

When I recently took a personal inventory of A Hope for Today articles, I found articles that correspond with, what I call, “a hope similar to cooked eggs.”

“SUNNY SIDE UP” ARTICLES

“Sunny side up” articles are for people who seek a hope for today as a “pick me up” to cheer them and help them start their day on a bright, happy note.  These articles often have a somewhat whimsical title:

A Hope for Happy Feet and Dancing Shoes; A Hope for the Exciting; A Hope from Bozo the Bop Bag; A Hope for Chicken Little; A Hope in a New Sunrise; A Hope That is Contagious:  Enthusiasm; A Hope in Sauntering; A Hope from the Fabric of Our Lives

“SUNNY SIDE DOWN or OVER EASY” ARTICLES

Those who have personal problems sometimes have a “sunny side down” day. They need more than a “sunny side up hope.”  They need a gentle, light instructional message of hope that includes a possible “how to” in it.

Even though A Hope for Today articles never give people specific instructions on how to believe or how to live their lives, the articles do include some “over easy” or light instructional “how to” information on some important life issues:

A Hope for Success; A Hope in Failure; A Hope for Wholeness; A Hope from a Ridge-Pole:  Balance; A Hope for More Than Human Tensile Strength; A Hope from a Couch Potato: Stillness; A Hope for Guidance; A Hope for Renewal; A Hope for Joy and Gladness; A Hope for Last Year’s Husks; A Hope from a Wisdom Marinade; A Hope for Escaping Bitterness: A Hope to “Carpe Diem,” Seize the Day; A Hope for Getting Out of the Pits; A Hope During a Recession; A Hope for An Empty Pot:  Usefulness; A Hope in Gratitude; A Hope for the Rainy Day Blues; A Hope in Darkness; A Hope for the Lonely; A Hope for Progress.

MORE COMPREHENSIVE HOPE ARTICLES

Then there are those who search for hope beyond a “sunny side up” or a “sunny side down” hope.  They search for a comprehensive hope that is inclusive of all humanity.  They search for a hope for pressing global issues–a hope to understand, unite, and become a part of the solution for the world’s problems.  These articles are tough articles that challenge people to think deeply and react to some of the world’s pressing needs:

A Hope for Moral Courage; A Hope That Ripples; A Hope from Sandpipers:  Unity; A Hope for A Connected Life: Global Unity; A Hope in Human Diversity; A Hope for Water; A Hope from a Hummingbird; Hope Unites Globally; Hope Unites Globally- HUG Award Guidelines.

SCRAMBLED ARTICLES on HOPE

Scrambled articles on hope can belong in several different categories of hope, or they may be in a group all by themselves:

A Hope from a Windchime; A Hope in “Just a Minute;” A Hope for American Government; A Hope for Worship; A Hope in a Greeting, Word or Phrase; A Hope from Chinese New Year Celebration; A Hope from Winter:  More Light; A Hope Through Heaven’s Eyes; A Hope Upon Awakening.

Whatever type of hope you seek, it is my sincere desire that you will stop by A Hope for Today and find an article that can give you a hope for today.

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4 comments on “A Hope Like Cooked Eggs

  1. : ) ….I like the way you compare various hope-posts to different types of cooked eggs…and how on different days, or maybe even within one day, we might be in the mood for one type more than another…it’s so nice that you have such a varied menu! Connie’s Short Order Roadside House?… : )

    • Connie Wayne says:

      What’s funny is the only breakfast eggs I cook are scrambled eggs. As far as hope, however, I believe I will continue with the diverse menu, and I am glad you seem to agreee with that. A Short Order Roadside House…now that’s a thought. I wonder how many things I can cook in a microwave? Thanks for stopping by. Blessings, Connie

  2. pattisj says:

    Food for thought. :)

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