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There’s Always Hope

Chinmoy Kumar Ghose better known as Sri Chinmoy (27 August 1931 – 11 October 2007) 

Wikipedia Bio 

Chinmoy was an Indian spiritual leader who taught meditation in the West after moving to New York City in 1964.  Chinmoy established his first meditation centre in Queens, New York, and eventually had 7,000 students in 60 countries. A prolific author, artist, poet, and musician, he also held public events such as concerts and meditations on the theme of inner peace. Chinmoy advocated a spiritual path to God through prayer and meditation.

Here’s one of his poems presented in his absence of course on National Poetry Day, 2017 and always of value when Hope seems elusive. Considering the political state of the world today, it seems very relevant but don’t get too wrapped up in world affairs because everything starts with you.

 

Hope

Knows no fear

Hope dares to blossom

Even inside the abysmal abyss

Hope secretly feeds

And strengthens

Promise

 

Sri Chinmoy – Visva Sama Duta “Ambassador of Universal Peace”

Facebook

Love it or not, Facebook has its uses. I have been using my author page to develop a photo album about issues related to life. Every day on social media I spot something that inspires me to dig deeper. It may be something positive or even negative that somebody is experiencing.

When an issue catches my attention, I search for the related theme and collect up to seven images to create a daily category.

Today, the theme is ‘Hope.’ Take a look, see if anything helps or inspires you.

Namasté

7 images on Hope added today. Hope is that place between what was and what will be. Never give up on it.

Posted by Steve Costello on Thursday, August 31, 2017

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