A dear friend brought this quote to my attention recently. It is great on so many levels. This week I will reread it to remind myself:
- to be present (perhaps this is a good week to attempt my dream of daily meditation (5 minutes a day seems reasonable, right?)
- to believe in hope
This quote reminds me of one of my favorite motivational speakers, Brene Brown. She says one of the greatest gifts you can give your kids is HOPE. You can see her Ted talk on the power of vulnerability here. I would agree. With hope you can believe in yourself and the world. You can believe you can be a painter or beat cancer.
With hope, what can you believe?