Never Lose Sight of Hope

Never Lose Hope

 “We must accept finite disappointment, but we must never lose infinite hope.”
~ Martin Luther King

If there is anything that I have learned throughout the craziness and madness of my life with Rheumatoid Arthritis, it is how true that words are because if you lose hope, you lose everything and the slightest chance of getting well.

It is not wrong to ask questions about this illness and on most days, it appears that I do not have any answers to many of this illness. But it is with hope of better things yet to come that keep my foot in front of the other. It is also with hope that I can embrace and look through my pain to find a purpose in life. And again, it is with hope that I have made decisions that matter and ones that I will not regret taking when I look back one day.

Through life’s difficulties and challenges that come with RA, it is easy for us to lose sight of our hopes and dreams, and make them our reality. Where necessary, give yourself a push forward each and even if you fall down, you will eventually reach there so long as you do not give up. Keep your will strong and be prepared to walk the distance and presevere throughout this journey.

So, let hope rise and darkness tremble!

2 Comments on Never Lose Sight of Hope

  1. Topaz
    July 2, 2013 at 9:08 am (10 years ago)

    Hope is everything. When we lose it, it feels as if all is lost. But when we have that tiny bit of hope, we feel that everything is going to be OK, that we are going to be OK. Thank you so much for your wonderful facebook page and website. I check your page regularly and am encouraged so much by it. Shine on!

    • diana
      July 2, 2013 at 3:39 pm (10 years ago)

      Thank you Topaz. It empowers me to know that someone else is helped in some ways and this very fact will keep me going with the efforts of empowering more people with knowledge and information that allows them to take charge of their lives, believing that nothing is impossible. The impossible becomes possible when it happens.


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