Project Hope

What message of hope would you share with someone who is struggling?

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Where Hope Has Been Sent So Far

In 2022, we will be launching Project Hope and sending out a talisman of hope that people can wear close to their heart and/or send to others in need of a lift. You can learn more about this project here, and be sure to subscribe to our newsletter for more information on how you can be involved.

4 Comments

  1. Tomorrow is another day. Yes, tomorrow is another day. Tomorrow is in the future and the future can change what hurts today into something that hurts less tomorrow. Maybe the tomorrow after that it changes so what hurts is scarcely perceptible. In between today and tomorrow you will sleep and you will wake up to a world where change is possible, where maybe the hurting diminishes or is counteracted by something positive that happens, or something you notice or think. Maybe someone does something kind, and you notice that kindness is a wonderful thing. Maybe someone says kind words to you, and you realize that you feel better for a time. And you begin to understand the healing power of kindness, and despite what still hurts, you don’t feel quite as bad as before the words of kindness, so you try sharing them with someone else in need. Before long you realize that the hope you needed is there, inside you, because of the kind words someone spoke, the kindness you shared with others. Tomorrow, which has become today, is now a better day than you expected. Tomorrow things might change, because change is the only certainty, yet the present moment is where we shape each tomorrow, from possibility to probability,Β  from hurting to healing, and tomorrow is another day.

  2. We’re not alone, regardless of all the differences–both real and perceived–we may see between us. Whatever we’re going through, others have also experienced. The most hopeless feeling is the sensation of being alone in our struggles, believing no one cares or understands. We’re all in this together, we have more in common with each other than we could possibly imagine, and there are kind people in this world who know how we feel because they’ve been through it and made it out alive. Don’t be afraid to reach out to people when you’re in need, when you feel hopeless. There’s an inherent goodness in most folks that makes us want to help one another. It shouldn’t take a catastrophe to bring out the goodness in humanity. I think this is what we all need to focus on daily. Let’s be kind to one another (as the above commenters have said) and prove that humanity isn’t a lost cause. A little hope and kindness goes a long, long way.

  3. Have faith in Lord and express gratitude even in worst of times as you will always have atleast few reasons to be grateful for sure in life. Begin with your existence in this world that you wake up every day. Never lose hope as Lord is with us and holding us all the time. Amen !

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