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3.2.1. Quote Me – Hope

Rory has tagged me for me for his challenge 3.2.1 Quote Me about hope this time around. If there has been anyone that has taught me about hope, it’s my parents. They braved a perilous journey across torrential seas because they knew there was a better life elsewhere, and they were willing to sacrifice literally everything to get there.

Hope has a cost. Hope is not comfortable or easy. Hope requires personal risk. It is not about the right attitude. Hope is not about peace of mind. Hope is action. Hope is doing something. The more futile, the more useless, the more irrelevant and incomprehensible an act of rebellion is, the vaster and more potent hope becomes.

Chris Hedges

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Hello everyone! I'm a technical writer by day, creative writer by night. I have a wild imagination yearning for more in life. I'm fascinated by many subjects that have developed into a sort of mental and physical wanderlust that ultimately leads me to experience a variety of cultural shocks. Welcome to my journey and looking forward to reading your blogs!

22 thoughts on “3.2.1. Quote Me – Hope

  1. We Hope for what we cannot yet see, what we do not yet have.

    Hope is what can inspire us to move beyond what we currently experience. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. I agree, very brave and facing the unknowns in life can truly be scary, but we won’t know the possibilities they can bring if we don’t hold onto hope. Wonderful and inspiring quotes and post Sa!๐Ÿ˜Š โค๏ธ

    1. Thank you Jenna! I will reflect on this sentiment of possibilities by holding onto hope. Everyday, I’m amazed by my little adventures of people who I encounter or things face. It’s been so interesting, not enough time to write it all down! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Thank you Nikole! It’s one thing to post a quote about a topic. It’s quite another when you have experienced it yourself, and the quote actually resonates with your soul and life experiences. ๐Ÿ˜Š

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