Hope is that sliver
That glimmer
That string to grab onto

No matter how deep you may sink
There is always hope

Even in the darkest of places
There is hope

When the skies are so very dark
And so are the depths of your heart
Hope is there

When the sun won’t come out
And the clouds won’t part
Hope is there

Despair tries to dim the light of hope
But that light burns bright and powerful

Hope fosters forgiveness
Brings peace and happiness

Hope brings healing
Healing of the heart
Healing of the mind
Healing of the soul

We all need to believe in the future
Hope for better days

Life is a voyage
Each day is a new beginning
Hope keeps moving us forward on that voyage

Life is short
Hope makes it sweeter

Hope is in the sun
Shining so bright

Hope is in the rain
Cleansing the soul and washing away troubles

Hope brings love
In the bright eyes of a smiling child
In the gentle touch of a mother’s hand

Hope looks for the good
Discards the bad

Believe there is a reason for all things
Hope will one day show you

Hope lifts spirits to no end
Hope infuses the soul

Hope is a powerful thing
Hope can move mountains

Hope gives you the courage to take control of your destiny
Control of which turns you choose to take in your life
The control that has always been there
Lurking just beneath the surface

There is hope all around us
That gentle, invisible touch guiding us on, pushing us up

Hope is fuel
Fuel for strength
Fuel for love
Fuel for faith

Let your hopes not your hurts shape your future
Follow your heart, it knows the way

Once you get to the other side
You will realize that hope has always been there

Faith makes all things possible
Hope makes all things happen
Love makes all things beautiful

 

Karen M. Fries
March 7, 2014

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