Hope in mankind

My friend, Amy, loved the word HOPE.  Everywhere she went, she infused hope into others.  An encouraging word.  A perfect gift at just the right time.  A listening ear. She was a light to everyone she met.  So, when she got stage 4 kidney cancer and passed away within two months, I couldn’t imagine why someone so beautiful could leave this world.  The questions still flow and I often wonder about how much she is enjoying Heaven.  But, most of all, staring at her picture, wearing her t-shirt that says HOPE, I know it is her hope-infused legacy that lives in me.  This gives me hope for the future, and power in the present.

Thanks for the life you lived, Amy.  I have hope in mankind because of you.

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