Hope: are you ready to take a leap of faith?

“I can’t keep doing this, it’s too hard.” “I’m driving myself crazy, how much can I take?” Thus speaks the voice of insecurity…the voice of despair and defeat.

When everything in you is telling you to give up, you have only one ally–hope. Hope is an expectation of relief and resolution. When you’re feeling hopeless, it seems impossible to reverse the tide of pessimism, but just because it seems impossible, doesn’t mean it is.

Hope is nothing more than a leap of faith. Regardless of the current circumstances, if you take the leap, your struggles will no longer own you.

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