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Hope, Part I – because you can never have enough hope — 7 Comments

  1. Damn. I can’t imagine how hard that must have been for you. And yet… It amazes me what the human spirit can survive and how much can rise from the ashes. Thank you for giving me one more reason to believe.

  2. I think that this speaks so true of all “addictions”. Loving and depending on something that’s so dangerous, or bad for you. So many of us can relate to this in one way or another. Stay strong! Thanks for keeping hope alive 🙂

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  4. Hope.

    No matter how many words we try to use, we always come up short with what HOPE is.

    It’s beyond a life line, a life saver: it transcends all that physical stuff: it is something that we feel in our souls.

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