The Power of Hope

The Power of HopeI created this image from a photo I came across on the internet of Glen Coe in Scotland.

The mountains in the back represents the fears which seem to affect so many these days; the rays represent the energies of hope and optimism; the two frost images (top left and right) represent the fear which freezes us but which has the potential to melt into positive action;  the tree in the centre represents the growth of new ideas, optimism and hope which can bring us all together; and the two Celtic knots reflect the fact that we are all inter-connected (the knot on the left represents the northern hemisphere as it moves into Spring, while the knot on the right represents the southern hemisphere as it moves into Autumn).

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