HopeLink

Exploring & Sharing Life | Lessons | Experiences

Thoughts, Thinking, Mind, Breathing

“Your life is always moving in the direction of your strongest thought…If you can’t control what you think, you can’t control what you do”. Craig Groeschel Our thoughts are powerful but we can control them with practice and dedication. It is important to learn to control at least some thoughts as a creative person because …

Continue reading

Let every moment be a giftHonor the gift and the giverStay in the moment to unravel the present It takes time to grasp this giftYou may have to sojourn for whileTo see what lies beneath the tent You’ll miss the gift if absent in the “Now” It holds the opportunity for a better tomorrowBecause the future …

Continue reading

Life is still goodEven when you don’t see the pathway for certainAnd doubts seemed like an unequivocal burdenTake one step, then another, push through the despairYou have strength in your spirit while your lungs still have air Life is still good Obstacles should not define your end but renewStand straight and face them with all …

Continue reading

I woke up in the morning and wished for a sunny dayBut the day was gloomy and cold, and I sigh and huffThen I caught a thought which says growth takes place in darknessTherefore, let the gloomy days spur growth for my soul I woke up in the morning and prayed for a happy dayBut …

Continue reading

“The essential joy of being with horses is that it brings us in contact with the rare elements of grace, beauty, spirit, and fire.”– Sharon Ralls Lemon I recently started an internship at a rehab center, and the program is focused on Horsemanship. The Horsemanship’ program is formulated around the National Horsemanship model, utilizing psychology-based …

Continue reading

And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose. Roman 8:28 The ability to incorporate and see both the good and bad things in our lives as a whole can help metabolize failures in our lives and possibly turn them into victories …

Continue reading

Happiness means realizing possibility, which teaches us about our nature, and challenges us to respect, support, and nurture it, not just in ourselves, but in all. Anger means the deprivation of possibility, which teaches us emptiness, and orients us towards fullness. And sadness means losing possibility, which teaches us fragility, and gives us strength. And …

Continue reading

The best six doctors anywhere, and no one can deny it, are sunshine, water, rest, air, exercise and diet.” ~Wayne Fields It is amazing how much nature in all its freedom can help us live or have better lifestyles but remains one of the most challenging things to enjoy. Human beings are created to connect with …

Continue reading

By definition, anxiety and hope are both determined by a moment that has yet to arrive. I’m a walking cabinet of dread and desire, and when I ignore these feelings they usually come out sideways and manifest in negative ways like resentment, defensiveness, procrastination, or projection onto others. Pinning down our hopes and uncertainties in …

Continue reading

%%footer%%