Hope is being able to see that there is a light despite all the darkness (Desmond Tutu)
We all face challenges- as individuals and as communities. We all experience hardship at one point or another. It’s part of being human.
How can we weather the storms and emerge into sunlight? How do we distinguish between Hope and optimism? What tools are available to us to assist us in becoming resilient?
Research has shown that people who are hopeful often cope more effectively with obstacles and challenges.
On Saturday, March 4 from 10:00 am to noon join Tony Bidgood, CSsR and Anne Walsh as, together, we explore what hope is, and ways that we can become practitioners of hope in daily life. To register, please contact Marilyn Stack at email@example.com
The link for the March 4 session is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87276536555