I found this article of hope on emwell2’s site. Read it, you won’t be sorry you did.
I need this today. Maybe you do too.
Around 1987 I was still battling my first major bout of depression. It lasted off and on for quite a few years. For some reason I was still capable of reading during this time. I read mostly horror type fiction. One book I read was called Twilight Eyes by Dean Koontz. There was a paragraph in that book that jumped out at me. It not only jumped out at me, it took hold of me and never really let me go. For this I will be forever grateful to Mr. Koontz.
It was Koontz’ description of hope. It was exactly what I needed to read at that time. This paragraph was so important to me that I wrote it down in every journal I had ever possessed since first reading it. In the last 30 years, I have reread this paragraph again and again. It has saved me…
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I so almost shared my paragraph and your blog with my cousin and his wife. They have a daughter who has been chronically ill since birth. I “never got around to it”. Their daughter just passed away. They are the strongest family I will ever know. I am glad I found (you found me) your blog. 🙂
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I am so sorry for your cousin and his wife. It is such a difficult road to walk with your precious little one. I am glad we found each other too. ❤️