Light in the Tunnel


        The word “HOPE” so small, used like a “cliché” but still has neither lost its significance in our language of expression nor in the language of our mind, heart and soul. The simplest of things in our life like writing a letter is also influenced by hope. The opening line of our informal letter is invariably “Hope you are in pink of your health!!” Even history has been witness to the role of hope in geography. The Portuguese sailor Vasco da Gama named the waterway on the tip of South Africa as “Cape of Good Hope” because it gave him the hope to reach India. Hope is like the torchlight that is inevitable and the only support when all the candles blow out in the storm of life. Challenges keep cropping up but learn to use the tool of hope to weed them out before they damage our fertile soil.







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