Today concludes our Rekindling Hope: Making Hope a Priority blog series, and during our 21 days of hope we have explored questions about hope that have run the gamut. Some have been “lighter” in topic while others a bit “heavier” and along the way we have vowed to stick with it, and we have been MORE than pleasantly surprised that you have as well! To stick with hope in our interactions, in our lives, to keep hope for someone else when they aren’t in a place to do it for themselves. Sometimes it isn’t so easy to stick with hope – to hold hope when we don’t feel particularly hopeful. And that is why we need to create steps for ourselves to learn ways of MAKING THIS HAPPEN. Something that we have been discussing lately, that we felt would round out our 21 days of hope, and has potential to help transform our relationships, our work, our days… our lives… is our last question of the series:
What steps can you take to trade cynicism and paralysis, for hope and real change?
Whether it is that you make a vow to schedule time each day to restore and renew yourself, so you have the energy and focus to value hope…
Or you vow to take more chances, play a more active – rather than reactive – role in your lifeâ¦
Or you vow to dream biggerâ¦
What can you do, what will you do to hold more hope and create real change?
What steps will you take?
Let’s break some of the silence today and get talking! Let’s share, let’s listen, let’s disagree and let’s learn from each other!