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Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley

Hope for the Earth

Question: Sometimes I feel so hopeful for the world, and other times I almost feel there is no hope for this Earth.

Answer: I know this seems like a paradox, but both feelings you have are correct. To put this in perspective — the hope for our world rests in the hands of those men and women who, like yourself, are beginning to awaken to what has happened to this world because of a humanity fast asleep. On the other hand, for sleeping human beings, there is no hope outside of the dream state they dwell in that promises them tomorrow they will escape the nightmare of their own unconscious actions. Work. Never let discouragement have the last word.

  • http://www.heartofthespirit.com Julie

    Amen! The beauty of being awake with the fear is that we can do something about it! Thank you for sharing!

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