To be hopeful means to be uncertain about the future, to be tender toward possibilities, to be dedicated to change all the way down to the bottom of your heart. --Rebecca Solnit

Hope: An Owner's Manual

Hope: An Owner's Manual

Nov 4, 2020-- "Look, you might as well know, this thing is going to take endless repair: rubber bands, crazy glue, tapioca, the square of the hypotenuse. Nineteenth century novels. Heartstrings, sunrise: all of these are useful. Also, feathers. To keep it humming, sometimes you have to stand on an incline, where everything looks possible; on the line you drew yourself." Barbara Kingsolver shares more in this beautiful excerpt from her 2008 Commencement speech at Duke University, "How to Be Hopeful." (8093 reads)

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Take ActionFor more inspiration read this excerpt from Martin Luther King Jr's Nobel Prize acceptance speech: "We Shall Overcome." [more]

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