“…She says that beginnings are scary, endings are usually sad, but it’s the middle that counts the most. Try to remember that when you find yourself at a new beginning. Just give hope a chance to float up. And it will, too…”
-Sandra Bullock as Birdee in Hope Floats
Hope. It’s a word that carries a powerful expression of faith. When we keep our hopes up, we remain connected with the vibration of trust and a desire for good.
Lately, it feels as though hope has hidden from us, retreating to the darkness of uncertainty as to whether help, healing, and recuse may ever come.
While these fears are justified given our current life circumstances, if left to their own devices, this thinking can lead us to become victims of depression, anxiety, and despair.
Constant obsessive thoughts tumbling through the abyss of these lower vibrational energies can lead us to create the nightmare reality we so desperately fear.
Our only salvation is to give in to our rage, releasing our fears of illness, poverty, or the threat of the unknown.
Only through this release can we return to hope, that feeling of trust and belief that good will prevail and that all we are going through is for a divine reason.
As we accept all that is happening around us, surrendering to what is and adapting to what will come, our lives will change in reflection.
Our focus will shift, our fears will subside, and our hearts will rejoice with gratitude for the awakening that has come.
There will be a day when we finally understand what this was all for, and it will be at that moment we will find a profound appreciation for this precious gift of life we have all been given.
In the meantime, bask in the light of faith, stay centered in the present moment, and surrender to all that you can’t control.
No, our lives will never be the same, but if we can all give hope a chance to float up like a beacon of light, it will guide the way to our new life, a most extraordinary life.