I am Hope. All is Well in my World
The flames of Hope shall ever keep burning in my heart. Come ravaging rain or hellish hail or storm or quake or flood or famine or devastating tsunami, my belief shall be firm that all will turn out for the best.
I will do what I can to heal or to harmonize, to support or to assist, to care or to share. And all the while, my heart shall thunder ‘all is well’.
Life may cut me pieces, wrench me or wreck me; it may burden me, burn me or bury me; it may tear me, torment me, torture me or terrorize me; it may stab me, starve me, hurt me or hang me; it may leave no room for me to live; yet my unconquerable soul shall roar ‘all is well’.
The world may reel under recession or drown in depression; it may be soaked in the blood of selfish wars or stomped under iron regimes; still my unbowed spirit shall shout ‘all is well’.
My affirmation will not perhaps change the world around me but it will surely hold my world together: my thoughts shall be sharper, my heart unafraid and my soul steadfast on the chosen path. For while I live, I shall hope.
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‘We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope. ‘ – Martin Luther King, Jr.
‘Practice hope. As hopefulness becomes a habit, you can achieve a permanently happy spirit.’ – Norman Vincent Peale
‘Hope is always available to us. When we feel defeated, we need only take a deep breath and say, “Yes,” and hope will reappear.’- Monroe Forester
‘We judge of man’s wisdom by his hope.’ – Ralph Waldo Emerson
‘Hope is the last thing that dies in man; and though it be exceedingly deceitful, yet it is of this good use to us, that while we are traveling through life it conducts us in an easier and more pleasant way to our journey’s end.’ – François de la Rochefoucauld
‘He who does not hope to win has already lost.’ – Jose Joaquin Olmedo
‘”Hope” is the thing with feathers– That perches in the soul– And sings the tune without the words– And never stops–at all.’ – Emily Dickenson
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