A personal reflection – “Hope”

One of our participants wishes to share with you how his spirituality has helped him remain hopeful in his recovery journey.


It is a long and dark journey when you suffer from a mental illness and sometimes it’s a very lonely place and there is no hope left.

I have always believed in angels all of my life and they have helped and guided me when I have lost all hope.

Hope is the light at the end of the tunnel, hope is a better tomorrow, hope gives you peace of mind that things will work out for the best.

I was at a very low point in my life with no hope left and just wanted to end it all, it was then that I was told by an angel that I am here and always was here to be a healer and help other people who are suffering and lost all hope.

I strongly believe that I have been gifted and blessed by the angels and they want me to do their work by giving , hope, love, kindness, and understanding, to people who are in a dark place at the moment.

As adults , we have to be aware that when a thought comes into your head to do something good for someone, we need to just go and do it sometimes the sign you are asked to give could save someone’s life.

They may be very down and desperate this could mean so much to someone else, never feel that you are not deserving of help, we are all deserving of help, and the angels love to help us, never give up hope.

Hope, it’s the one thing that will keep you going even on your darkest days, the self-worth that helping people creates makes us feel more alive.

We can be a light, however briefly in someone else’s life its important that we reach out and try and help someone and give them some hope for the future.

Hope and love can bring joy and happiness into our lives, when you talk to the angels and let them into your heart, you will never feel hopeless.



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