Wrong Way to Hope

Life has been all sorts of hectic lately. I get too caught up in work and things that really aren't worth my stress, that I sometimes forget to appreciate the big things in life. My family, my health, my friends.

Today at work, I met with some folks from the office for a meeting. After having quite a stressful morning at my desk, I welcomed this short opportunity to go meet some new people and learn more about our wonderful foundation. I walked away from the meeting with a much greater attitude and sense of hope.

During our meeting we learned about a former Wish child and his current endeavors. It was such a powerful and beautiful message, I wanted to share it with you all!

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