Hope (repost)

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It is often in the darkest skies that we see the brightest lights,,,

It is often in the darkest skies that we see the brightest lights,,,

“It is in the darkest skies that we see the brightest stars.”
Most of us live on the Hope that tomorrow will be better than today, Hope is a good feeling, with Hope there is a sense of optimism, Hope gives you courage to face any challenge.
However for you folks dealing with Multiple Sclerosis, Hope may seem futile almost pointless; then despair sets in. Despair is the opposite of hope; you become overcome by a sense of futility; ‘things will never get better’. A lot of my friends living with MS have expressed this sense of futility and frustration to me.
My solo bicycle journeys from Arizona to Alberta and Haida Gwaii to Winnipeg was to provide Hope to all people living with and/or affected by Multiple Sclerosis. It has been proven that Hope has the capability to cure sickness and disease which sometimes modern medicines cannot.
When there is no hope, you are in a dark place but remember that it is often in the darkest skies that we see the brightest light
So don’t despair there is a ray of light of hope in the tunnel of your darkness, you just need to embrace it and let it in!

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