A-Z promising quotes: Hope
Hope is healthy. OK, I don’t have facts or figures, citations or quotations to substantiate that. But I have known it to be true personally and for those close to me. Maybe you have experienced it too.
An Irish proverb (of unknown origin) said it this way:
“Hope is the physician of each misery.”
Maybe it is. Certainly, living without hope would be most miserable.
What does this have to do with multiple sclerosis?
MS can feel hopeless some days, especially as we wait for science to find a cure for this chronic condition. MS is a drag. We all know that, having faced onslaught after onslaught from the energy- and nerve-sapping MS MonSter.
But we do not live without hope.
We hope for today to be a good one. We hope our energy will last today. We hope our worst MS symptoms won’t flare up at the worst possible moments. We hope for a cure. And we hope for healing.
And maybe we feel at least a little bit better.
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