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Definitions for hopelessness
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the despair you feel when you have abandoned hope of comfort or success
the lack of hope; despair
The numerical value of hopelessness in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of hopelessness in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of hopelessness in a Sentence
In the battle for his life, the global church community rose up like a mighty army and joined us in prayer and worship all over the world, our son was miraculously healed and today is perfectly healthy. For us, Victory has become a declaration of truth over hopelessness, a prophetic statement in the storm of adversity, and a battle-cry when facing the impossible. The battle belongs to our God, and our God is victorious!
It is more difficult to maintain a realistic sense of human limitation. To refuse to become frustrated and angry, to analyze, to assess, to seek to understand and explain. To determine to be adult and fair. And, thus, to work patiently to improve while refusing to succumb to either cynicism and hopelessness. It is the long way around, but it is the civilized way, and the only way for those who have truly to understand the role of humane learning.
When you have inflation by some estimates 2 million percent, nobody has the ability to buy anything anyway, so there will be profound despair and hopelessness.
German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel:
With the rejection of the rules of the euro zone ... negotiations about a programme worth billions are barely conceivable, tsipras and his government are leading the Greek people on a path of bitter abandonment and hopelessness.
Compassion fatigue is a well-established concept in the realm of health care providers. First observed in nurses who worked in emergency rooms, it describes the sense of helplessness and hopelessness that can overtake a person providing care for someone whose suffering seems never-ending and insurmountable.
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- beznadziejność, beznadziejaPolish
- desperație, desperareRomanian
- beznađe, безнађеSerbo-Croatian
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