“Hope is a Dangerous Thing”: Accepting Things As They Are

Reblogging, because this woman is wise and wonderful.

Thee Crohnie Grace

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“Let me tell you something, my friend. Hope is a dangerous thing. Hope can drive a man insane.” -Stephen King

There was a moment in my life when all I wanted was for all my illnesses to be cured. I prayed and pleaded with the rulers of the universe that something would happen, a miracle maybe, and I would wake up and not be sick anymore. This was what I spent all day thinking about and wishing for. I became depressed because I wasn’t content with treatments and having a…

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