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Does this Paragraph require any correction,
Hope always lies at difficult and hard times but once that period is over, it proves itself triumphant with all it's genuiness and trueness.It doesn't Oust the possibility of that difficult period to Occur once again but it makes us so strong that nothing could stand between us and Cheerfulness.
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As you clearified it is wrong to say "Hope always lies at difficult times".
Can we use instead, "Hope always lies in distress".
Please reply since I am waiting.
Here's two opposite views. Which one do you mean?
1. "In difficult times, hope lies dormant, only waking in our hearts when our circumstances improve."
2. "Even in difficult times, hope arises to rekindle our optimism, leading us to happier times."
In 1, Better times -> hope
In 2, Hope -> better times.
(Of course, it's probably a mixture of both).
My mind is clear. I do not have any confusion now.
Thanks a lot.