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Look out for hope

I was browsing through a store at the Munich airport, waiting for a flight to Sweden, when a series of postcards caught my eye.  One in particular stood out. The illustration was stunningly simple and directed my eye to its message: look out for hope. The card is by the German artist, illustrator Julia Schonlau and is posted here with her approval. I bought it, brought it home and placed it on my beside table. There, from its perch, it has been speaking to me, quietly overtime infiltrating my thoughts. I thought I’d share some of the things it has been saying to me… www.thecaseforsupport.com

  • “…meditate on “hope”.”  I realized that I tend to use the word hope rather loosely. I’ll often say to someone, I hope you have a great day. But hope is much bigger than a wish. Clinical psychologist Rick Snyder, at the University of Kansas, has developed what he calls hope theory.  The theory suggests that hope is behind a position our minds take toward circumstances that alters our outlook and our action. What we hope for has a lot to do with what becomes.  Continue reading
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