I know it well!
HOPE, I know it well.
I’ve had to really understand what it means.
In fact four members of my family have a tattoo: @banksy “there’s always HOPE” red balloon on different parts of our bodies. I have mine on my ankle, as does my sister.
When I was 31 with a one and three year old, my sister got stage 3 breast cancer, she was 34. HOPE was truly learnt from then on.
HOPE is part of my life, it gives me clarity and calm, as does being thankful.
I hope this part of 2020 starts to slow down and the virus begins to disappear.
I hope people find peace instead of fear and panic.
I hope people find kindness instead of everything for themselves.
I hope that the casualties to this pandemic lessens everyday.
I HOPE that the brighter, better future arrives soon.
As I know it will and we will laugh, socialise, not live in fear of germs and illness, dance together in a sweaty nightclub, celebrate together, hug freely and not live with the unknown.
“to want something to happen or to be true, and usually have a good reason to think that it might”
“To wish for...”