Stand solidly in hope


Hope is a powerful force; one that is necessary for survival.​

We need hope for finding a bit of purpose and meaning so we can get out of bed in the morning. ​

Some might say that hope is as important to our survival as food and water. Hope supports our immune system; it fuels our cells.​

Hope spreads to those around us because we are all so interconnected.​

Hope is messy too, it can go hand in hand with a battle of sorts; either an internal battle or a societal activism.  Battles are messy and scary.​

Hope always involves risk. Always.​

Hope is wildly courageous. Acting on our hope involves uncertainty and bravery.​

Gleened from Peer Support Worker program.

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