Hope is a Responsibility

Hope is a responsibility which requires action. We can’t just hope this world will change without our active participation.

Walk in the Mud

Hope…to have hope…to live hope…to be hope…to lose hope.

Hope is a BIG word…a BIG idea.

Hope can lift a soul from the depths of despair.

Hope can help one persevere through a crisis.

Hope can calm, soothe and inspire.

But, what exactly is hope and how can we lose it?

The definitions I found in the Webster’s Dictionary included the words to wish, expect, intend or place confidence.  To me, contemplating these words and the definitions, hope is an action where we place our power outside ourselves to elicit or expect some type of change.

But, what good is hope if there is no action behind it?  It seems to me by definition that to have hope would be more of a sit back and wait or let someone do it for me state of being.

What if hope was a glowing ember deep inside you waiting for you…

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About Walk in the Mud - Finding Beauty in Life's Mucky Moments

We all came into this world with a unique combination of personality traits, talents and challenges to work with. As an Intuitive Strategist, I utilize archetypal astrology as well as intuition to help you discover and work with these energies so that you can live a truly empowered, authentic life. Currently, we are living in a world that requires us to be more flexible, resilient and connected to one another. My goal is to help you shift energy and develop immediate insights and strategies that might be challenging you from realizing your full potential.
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