While I Breathe, I Hope. Many of you may not recognize the South Carolina motto, but I believe you will understand its message immediately. I originally wrote a blog on Hope in December 2015, and I feel it's still very relevant today. I've often thought that a person can endure almost anything, as long as they know there is hope -- hope for a different tomorrow, to be healed, for a loved one to return, whatever circumstances apply. Without hope, it can be hard to find the strength to carry one's burdens. Martin Luther (1483 - 1546) said, "Everything that is done in the world is done by hope." I quote Martin Luther with reticence due to his reputation of anti-Judaism and antisemitism -- but I do so because I believe the message of hope is strong and transcends these beliefs, and indeed transcends all beliefs -- it is a universal message. Someone erected the artwork in the photo on the beach at Hunting Island, and when I saw it I thought of the state motto. So on our journey, we learn to hope, and to provide hope to others, as it is a critical component in our survival. As always, I invite your comments on this.
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