In 1732, Alexander Pope wrote Hope Springs Eternal in his poem an “Essay on Man”. And for centuries we have, either explicitly, or implicitly lived with the spirit in our hearts that people will keep on hoping, no matter what the odds. And with this spirit
We all know that while on our journey we are responsible for our own decisions, our direction, our life. It is essential to be independent and committed. And yet, when we take a closer look
We can imagine so much, big ideas, places to go, goals to accomplish, work to be done, fun to be had…yes, the list is long. And yet without some good thought, the implications of this “imagination” of ours leads us to the potential for disappointment,
One of the lessons that we learn as we go through our journey is that we are all made from the same cloth, that we all have ultimate potential and that we thrive when we have a sense of belonging.
Indeed, it is true that we come fearless to this world. From the first moments of our journey, we had simple views, limited emotions, a lack of complexity and most of all little fear about what could or should or might be.
On our journey, we can be inspired by so many different things. People, actions, nature, art, ideas, and more.