When life takes its own course sometimes we just don’t get to choose… – Ian Axel

What if there are miracles you never dreamed of hoping for? We’ve all heard it before, and somewhere in the back of our heads we know it, but I’m not sure many of us take much time to think about the fact that at any moment, everything we have ever known could be gone.

Today I went to a children’s cancer home (CHOC) to give out health goodie bags, cupcakes and spend time there. I couldn’t help but be in such awe of their strength and optimism. It struck me as extraordinary that they could muster such unflappable peace, love and positivity on the face of something as momentous as death. Literally brought me to tears in gratitude and admiration.

I don’t have enough words to describe my experience here, but I do pray that I never lose the feeling of HOPE that I have witnessed here. To be able to hold onto HOPE, at such a trying time, unaware of the flick of the wheel of fortune that transform happiness into its opposite, truly takes a special kind of person, doesn’t it. But that’s the thing about sickness and diseases, isn’t it ? No one is immune, anything can happen to any one of us at any given time. The truth is we only ever have this moment, right now. Never take that for granted.

Albeit a huge challenge, so excited to be living my life’s mission – to be part of a progressive organisation – Hope for Humanity Foundation, a place where: “to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived, this is to have succeeded.”

Thank you Lord, for gifting me the strength and wisdom to push forward and to sprinkle love and positivity wherever I go. I can’t wait to document and share my exciting new journey with you. Follow me on Instagram, here’s the link: https://www.instagram.com/Hopeforhumanity_foundation/, where we HOPE to develop and empower children and youth to shape their own future through the use of education and love

When we lift each other, together we lift hearts! God Bless!


128 thoughts on “BY GRACE THROUGH FAITH!

  1. Was at the prison some time ago. I was on awe of the magnitude of grace and love the inmates expressed to God. It really got me thinking. Keep up the good work and may God continually give us the grace to be optimistic about life

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  2. It always amazes me when I see people who are in difficult situations have the optimism that you mentioned. Because if I were in the situation, I don’t think I would have the emotional strength to stay positive. Awesome post! I also love your intro quote πŸ™‚

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  3. That is such a wonderful thing you’re doing. I always wished I could be involved in something like that – either dealing with kids or visiting nursing homes. Those kids are stronger than we adults are and definitely have more faith and HOPE than we could ever imagine. Yes, I’ll definitely be following you on Instagram – Great Inspiring Post (as always!)

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  4. How wonderful of you to give of your time to those dear little ones who are suffering. I work with medically fragile children and children who have suffered emotional trauma. I continue to be amazed at their strength and grace as they struggle through their journey. Although skeptics say that if God really existed, He wouldn’t let children suffer this way. Yes, it is sad, but God is actually at work in these children and He has blessed them with an abundance of grace. You’ve actually given me an idea for my next post. Do you mind if I reference your post?

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