Hi, 1. a life full of hope 2. a life filled with hope Do you see any difference in meaning or nuance between the two? I, myself, feel (1) connotes a static situation that you cannot change whereas (2) shows one can relate to the situation and you are part of it. I ask this question because I came across sentences as below today. A life filled with hope or a life full of despair. It's our choice to make. If changed this into "A life full of hope or a life filled with despair. It's our choice to make. ", which do you think is more idiomatic? Thanks in advance.