Hope can sometimes difficult things to find, especially when you are alone and it felt like no one care. At the desolation of our heart, despair can make us lost hope in everything good that can happen in our day.
Love on contrary can lift your heart toward others, move you to take action for the other person’s happiness. Make you have faith in others.
Love, Hope, and Faith. A message that the Curch emphasize again and again, in this sometimes ridiculous world of ours.
In this desolate time of the COVID-19 pandemic, that three messages became a relevant message to rely on. To be brave enough to choose love toward the fear that surrounded you, to have hope of a better tomorrow, instead of just living the routine, and to realize that faith in your heart, guiding your every step ahead.
When I was invited documenting the COVID-19 Vaccination initiative events, held by the Gonzaga high school alumni with the school administrator, the three messages of Love, Hope, and Faith undoubtedly beaming in every action of the volunteer involved.
To be brave and choose love, bringing hope toward others, and live in faith.
It is never an easy choice. To care, to choose compassion, believe in your competence, communicating your idea and collaborate, to have courage, and have a commitment for the greater good.
For me, that is why I need faith, more than ever in these difficult time of our’s, guiding my step to serve others, just like the Lord has taught me. Finding God in all of creation.
“Ad maoirem Dei gloriam inque hominum salutem — for the greater glory of the God and the salvation of humanity” – Saint Ignatus of Loyola.