Hope Is Essential to Self-Care

Never Lose Hope

“WE MUST accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite HOPE.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.

Dr. King is one of my favorite heroes.  His messages of inclusion and justice remain dreams to be fulfilled.  In this quote, I am reminded that WE MUST HOPE.

Hope is the fuel to keep our flame alive.  Hope is oxygen.  Hope creates the awakening to better days and dreams realized.

I encourage everyone, as we see and hear things that are disappointing, if not enraging or heartbreaking, to HOPE. One way to protect your hope is in the service of others while remembering to take care of yourself.

I believe in justice.  I believe that the injustices suffered – shall be addressed.  I believe that our continued optimism and action will make hope a reality.

Thank you to Dr. King, his family and supporters who continue his legacy.  It is my resolve to continue supporting justice and promoting hope as we expect dreams that will soon become our reality.

Be Well.

Arlene

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