Storing Hope

Stories about love to restore hope in people's hearts


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To make a difference in someone’s life

 

To make a difference in someone’s life, you don’t have to be brilliant, Rich or perfect.

You just have to love and respect.

Thank you for taking your time to read it!

Love,

Wilson


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What meant to be

What meant to be

If you love something, set it free. If it comes back, it’s yours. If it does not come back, it was never meant to be! I have been thinking about the things are happening in my daily life and feeling the positive thoughts that things meant to be that way for me to learn and help my friends too. Life is not a game, but together we can make life better. What do you think my dear friends?

 


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What’s it all about?

What’s it all about?

Answer: Keep positive thoughts out and then allow God’s presence work in you!

What do you think my dear readers?

Love,

Wilson


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Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving my friends.

I’m so thankful to have you all as my friends!!!

Friends become our chosen family!!!

Much love,

Wilson

 


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Help the world to be a better place

My friend asked me a question. What should we do to support humanity?

My friend knew that this is something I think about often, because I understand that the problems of this world are big, and many. I feel people’s suffering, and I want to do what I can to help. I can only do a little, but if every person did what they can, it could add up to something big.

I gave my friend the best answer I have thought of so far, which is that everyone should love people in the area where he or she lives. I hope that each person who loves and takes care of the people around them will also inspire others to do the same. In this way, love will naturally spread from person to person.

I feel this can make a big difference and help make the world to be a better place.

What do you think my dear reader?

 


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Problems In Life

Dear Friends,

I have something I would like to share with you about my practical life. Everybody has practical things in life to take care of and practical problems to worry about too. I don’t have too many practical worries in my own life, but I try to help my friends with their practical lives and worries. Also, I spend a lot of time thinking about the world, and I feel the suffering of all the practical problems and worries of the whole humanity. I will never meet most of the people, but I send them my love.

Well, sometimes I get anxious about the practical problems in this world! For example, I feel that I’m not contributing enough with my mission of love and taking care of people. The problems are big, and what I can do is little! But recently I started feeling more satisfied with my service by remembering that I can only do a few things, but God can do the rest.

This exercise of feeling okay and delegating my worries to God has made a very big difference in my life. That gives me more hope to serve humanity.

If you have any experience like mine, please share your experience with others. It can be helpful in this world.

 


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Listening People’s Problems

When I was in Uganda (Africa) recently I learned something important from the students I met with. I was holding meetings often with students in different places and most of them were interested to share their problems with me. It was hard to solve their problems, but I decided to listen to them and let them express their feelings without me giving them my ideas.

Yes, I felt their problems so deeply, but I felt that needed to listen to them when they were sharing with me their problems instead of giving them my solutions. Later on, I asked them why don’t you share your problems with your parents or guardians? Most of them had the same answer by saying that our parents are always giving us solutions without listening to us express our feelings. That means some of the students don’t get enough attention to share more deeply their problems with the parents or guardians because of parents giving them quick solutions.

I used to do the same, but since then I learned to help them in the form of listening to people instead of coming up with my solutions. Often, after I listened to them they later came back and told me they were able to solve their problem.

I felt as if I did nothing to support them, but the students were appreciating me for listening to them.

Most of them said that it was a new experience for them being listened to. So I got to know that sometimes people want our attentions more than solutions. What do you think?