The Hope Challenge

The Hope Challenge

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Students at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School in Chapleau were given a Hope Challenge for Catholic Education Week. They were asked to write about what hope means to them.

Nurturing Hope is the theme for the school year and this is how the junior and intermediate aged students responded to the challenge.

  • Hope means that even when you’re at your worst, you can still have a positive outlook on your future.
  • Hope means believing that things will get better, no matter how bad things seem.
  • Hope is believing the best in yourself and others.
  • Hope to me is having faith in someone.
  • Hope means that I can trust my parents and loved ones.
  • Hope means to believe in yourself and to never give up.
  • When you choose to have hope, you show love.
  • Hope means to believe that the future will be good.
  • Hope is breathing and knowing that this is magical and special because hope is life.
  • Hope and love are some of the two strongest things.
  • Hope symbolizes never giving up, never forgetting the people you love and never forgetting that you can make a difference.
  • Hope means that you are able to make good decisions and you know that things will work out.
  • Hope means that you know how to help people that need help.
  • Hope means recognizing what people can do and working with them to make things better.
  • Hope is a feeling of trust.
  • Without hope, everything seems sad and pointless.