23 Apr

Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat write, “Hope is a positive and potent spiritual practice with the power to pull us through difficult times. It is usually described with light metaphors — a ray, a beam, a glimmer of hope; the break in the clouds; the light at the end of the dark tunnel. It is often discovered in unexpected places. Hope can be learned with practice. Certain attitudes support it. One is patience … the other is courage … and a third is persistence. We have hope when we can say, all will be well, and we mean it.

Today, every time you switch on a light be intentional about practising Hope. Say aloud “All will be well and all manner of things will be well.”