What’s your sentence?

In 2018, I tattooed the word “Hope” (in Sanskrit) on my wrist. Here’s what I wrote about it at the time: The word “hope” has continued to surface in my life over the last few years and pop up unexpectedly in conversations, messages, etc. While some view hope as a naive way of holding onto dreams, I view hope as eternal optimism. To me, it’s about having trust that we are all exactly where we need to be and that everything will work out as needed. It’s about living life, doing your best, and being confident that the universe is on your side.

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