Saturday, November 07, 2009

Hope In Darkness


Hope can be what saves each one of us. We may find it it in a song. A kind word. The eyes of a child. It might come when we think we can no longer make it. It comes to each of us differently. Today I take hope instead of hopelessness.

12 comments:

Just Be Real said...

This is great Wanda. I have been reading a lot on hope lately. It is so vital for our recovery. B/t/w I love lighthouses. Something about them is truly, inspiring. Thank you for sharing! Hope you are doing okay?

sarah said...

woo hoo. I love the power behind this. Have an awesome weekend. Sarah

Dreaming again said...

Hope can come in the hug (both real and virtual) of a dear friend.

*hugs*

we really should get together... I'd shock you ... short (SHORT like CS short!!) red hair (like copper red!)

IK said...

Thank you for sharing this Wanda. Hope can be very powerful. Take care! <3

'Tart said...

Dear Wanda,
I love this picture and I am glad to read your message of hope. It's always good to see you at my blog. I hope you are feeling well.
:)Tart

Zan said...

This makes me smile.
:) go girl

Clueless said...

I am finally blessed with seeing hope out of my darkness which occurred this year after my second psychiatric hospitalization. Sometimes, I don't see it, but I know that God's timing is in my healing.

That picture is fabulous!!!

Marj aka Thriver said...

To choose hope instead of hopelessness. Wow, Wanda! That is powerful. Thank you for this message. Thinking of you. ((((((Wanda))))))

Mary said...

Love this picture. Hope is such a great thing...hugss to you

Lily Strange said...

That's a beautiful picture.

Colleen said...

Hope is so important. Love the picture.

Marj aka Thriver said...

Hey, Wanda! I'm back at this post. Do you think you could submit this wonderful "Hope instead of Hopelessness" post to THE BLOG CARNIVAL AGAINST CHILD ABUSE real quick for me? I think it's such a wonderful message for survivors.

I'm hosting at my own blog this Thursday in honor of it being World Day for the Prevention of Child Abuse. Don't worry if you get it in late, I'll still make sure it gets included. Thanks, in advance! I appreciate you!