(Reader: timjoebob) Hope Always has Negative Attachments


Reader Post | By timjoebob

Why would anyone hope for something? Its very easy to see that it’s an affront to positive thinking and the belief in a Law of Attraction, even though most of the world’s population uses the word quite frequently. It’s very easy to use and abuse that word.

“I hope I get that job.”
“I hope I get rich.”
“I hope to become famous.”
“I hope they die.”
“I hope you just go away.”
“I hope the world survives.”
“I hope the war ends soon. …I hope…I hope…I hope”…and it goes on and on ad infinitum.

Psychologically, it gives a person a chance to hold on to an outcome that may or may not transpire.

“We can only hope.”

“I hope God comes to save us soon.”

Hope has a negative vibe attached to it by its very nature; despair, loss, doubt, lack, fear…everything opposite of what is really desired by the person speaking it. When a person says they hope for the best and prepares for the worst, that’s a sure sign that they’ve tied a knot at the end of their rope and are hanging on to that knot for their very lives. For some people, it’s all they have. It’s very sad.

I try my best to not use the word for obvious philosophical reasons. I’m speaking for myself, only. But, I felt that I should share my thoughts on the use of the word in the desire to help pull some people out of the overuse of it because it keeps them in a vibration of lack, fear, and apprehension.


With planet Psycho going through yet another rebirth, it seems appropriate to hold on to literally anything that is of a positive vibration. Then, like a magic trick, hope is no longer needed. When you stand in the truth and with God as your Captain, hope is no longer a factor and is deemed null and void.

That’s my 2 cents, for what it’s worth.

“I hope you understand.” (Oops, I did it again, dang it.)

Stay frosty everyone,



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