Hope

“Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul, and sings the tune without the words, and never stops at all.”

~ Emily Dickinson

Hope is a feeling that something good is around the corner and everything will be all right.

When we have a profound wish for good things to happen, Hope is always there.

Before our dreams became our reality, Hope was there first.

Hope is never lost; dig deep, it’s inside you.

Hope is seeing the good in humanity, and the beauty in nature.

When despair is all around us, Hope is there to hang onto.

Sometimes, Hope is all you’ve got to get you up in the morning and tuck you in at night.

Hope is our first line of defense when others say we can’t.

The light at the end of the tunnel is your Spirit’s way of saying, “Come toward me, there is Hope, and I will show you the way.”

We can see Hope in our children’s eyes, and know all will be fine because they are the future.

In a world sometimes filled with pain, Hope is all we have for a better tomorrow. Never give up your Hope no matter how hard it seems, because you see, Hope is what gives you wings.

Light a candle of Hope for everyone in the world.

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13 thoughts on “Hope

  1. Michelle says:

    When you seem to have nothing you always have hope. Lovely words.

  2. H3nry J3kyll says:

    Sometimes we could all use a little reminder. Thank you sharing.

  3. HOPE IS PROBABLY WHAT GETS ME UP IN THE MORNING AND WHY I LOVE TEACHING ADN POSSIBLY WHAT WE ARE MADE FROM
    ~ ERIC

  4. Lucia Maya says:

    Beautiful! I feel blessed that no matter what comes my way, I am sustained by hope…

  5. I nominated your blog for the sisterhood of the world award. Please accept

  6. I often enough work with people that suffer and lost of hope, I think, is about the most downtrodden condition there is, Its necessity to get in good spiritual conditioning and give help and encourage hope for others.
    ~ Eric

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