Persevere, hope is near!
We are in a time of uncertainty and turmoil. Our temptation is to fall into nothingness, a place of despair and lack of hope. Our heart cries out because we long for something more, the source of life and hope. He who was born in the poor and simple manger is born in the poverty of this world saving us from the nothingness that can lead us to despair and awakening us to hope. Persevere, hope is near!
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