Hope Whispers

When the world says, “Give up,”
Hope whispers, “Try it one more time.”~Author Unknown

This quote hits home for me. I often hear hope whispering, even those times when I hear my practical side telling me otherwise. I’m one of those people who hang fast to hope by the tiniest thread. If it were not for those glimmers of hope in my life, I’m sure I would have stopped seeking publication many years ago. Hope is what urges me to pick myself up each time that I vow I’ll never write another word, never put myself through the pain of another rejection, never struggle to find the proper words. I sometimes think it would be much easier to simply walk away from the writer’s life but I can’t. At least not yet.

Where would we all be without hope in our lives? Today, I’m over at a Hopeful Sign. Please pop on over and say hello.

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  1. Madison

     /  October 24, 2011

    The entire universe mourns when a writer loses hope. I’m glad you didn’t give up!

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  2. Hope is certainly the writer’s best friend.

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  3. The sound of hope whispering is ten times louder than any rejection. Never, ever, give up. :-)

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  4. Beautiful thoughts, Laura. I’m hopping over now.

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  5. On my way to check it out…

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  6. Thanks to all of you for your comments and especially for those who took the time to check out my post at A Hopeful Sign and even leave a comment there as well. You are all awesome.

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  7. syr ruus

     /  October 27, 2011

    I never want to hear those words “at least not yet” from such a gifted, enjoyable, superb author as Laura Best with her unique vision and voice–ever again. I have spoken!

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  8. Shucks Syr, I wouldn’t want to cross you, that’s for sure. lol! So this means I’m not allowed to falter a time or two? We shall see… Thanks for being who you are and for keeping me in line, for cheering me on and being a writer’s best friend. :) Every writer needs you in their corner.

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