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Hope: Moe Vivas

| written by Alece Ronzino | 3 comments

Early this year, I took Alece’s One Word challenge. The blessed opportunity to look at life through the lens of “Hope“. I was a young foolish blogger. I didn’t know much about community, writing, imagination or perseverance. I thought I was going to easily accomplish this.

What I failed to understand was that I didn’t exactly know what to “hope” for. Was I hoping for a miracle? Becoming a better writer? A ministry? I wasn’t sure, I just knew that I chose “hope”.

Three months later, I grew frustrated and didn’t know how to define this hope. I gave up and put my focus elsewhere.

As the year was coming to a close, I personally apologized to Alece for not following up with my One Word, but promised to write a wrap-up.

After trying over and over to put something on paper, I came up empty. Then it hit me. I’m looking too hard. All this time, I was looking at hope as if it was an object to be looked at. Hope is a lot bigger than that. It’s what leads me to my knees to seek, ask and knock. Hope is what has kept me writing, tweeting, making friends close and far.

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After pioneering a nonprofit in South Africa for 13 years, Alece Ronzino now lives in Nashville, TN. She’s a nonprofit communications strategist, freelance copywriter/editor, and the founder of One Word 365. More importantly, she dances in the car, talks with her hands, and makes a mean guacamole. She blogs occasionally but candidly about searching for God in the question marks of life and faith. Follow Alece on Instagram and Twitter, and visit her blog, Grit and Glory.


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