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“If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant: if we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome." 

Meditations Divine and Moral, Anne Bradstreet

As we find ourselves emerging from winter hibernation, the birth of Spring means HOPE for all of creation. Hope that things won't remain the way they are. That as long as we have a spring to set our eyes on, hope exists.  As I read headlines and stories, it appears the world could use a bit more hope. The adversity, suffering and tragedy that people sharing the globe with us face on a daily basis should, at the very least, cause us to pause and evaluate our circumstances of prosperity and in turn, hopefully, wreck us to our core that injustice continues to exist at the hands of each of us, knowingly or unknowingly. 

This is where change begins. It begins in looking deep. It begins in looking inward. It begins when finger pointing stops and we each take responsibility for those brothers and sisters who, in reality, are no different than we are. They are victims of circumstance and without a world who notices, they have no hope. It begins when rather than expecting someone else illicit change, we ourselves take action; any small action begins the cycle of hope. Hope begins with me and if a dead world can emerge from the bleak of winter then there has to be hope for a hurting planet and her people, right? 

There is hope. There are people dedicating their lives at this moment to eradicating the injustice and we are humbled to partner with them. This Spring we have been connected with a new partner Justice and Care and will have some exciting new products to share that join us in the mission of bringing HOPE to the world and its people. These products offer hope, sustainability and redemption to those who created them.

They are coming soon!!! We're excited to share these INCREDIBLE products and stories of HOPE, one purchase at a time. Stay tuned...


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