Hope Is Born

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    1. Oh yes, Gigi! And not only that, these kids were so darn nice! No drinking, so sexing, just having plain old fashion fun! They were a sight for sore eyes. I’m smiling just thinking about them!! Have a great day today! xo

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  1. Beautiful narrative..
    Yes we all live on hope…and all.are hoping for the day life will be back to normal…when all will again have that freedom to do what they want ….
    Regards

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    1. Thank you, Krish! We must hold hope high in our hearts with faith that change for the better is coming and is in fact, now being seen. History is in the making …. and change to the magnitude that is happening today is not pretty at first. Freedom is at hand …. I’m actually getting my hair done for the first time in 14 weeks AND I went to the library on Monday! OH for the JOY!! Much love to you! xo

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  2. Our future in the making Amy. One of them will find a cure for covid-19, another will be a truthful politician, and another will be that magic angel that you see forever helping others regardless of themselves.
    But regardless, each and every one of them will become more loving each step they take. Isn’t that just worth it all as they bring about that change we all hope for? 😀 ❤️ 🙏🏽 🦋

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    1. Mark, that is exactly what I told them and they listened, really listened to what I was saying to them. They are our future. They are the change this world needs. Their energy was so uplifting that it still is effecting me today. How their parents have raised these kids I so do respect! They understand we need change. As we together shouted “freedom” and “solidarity” I got covered in goosebumps. These kids are I believe the generation that will effect our world in a huge way. Yes everything that is transpiring now is meant to in order to pave the way for this generation. They truly are star-children! I’m covered in goosebumps again!! Much love to you!! xo

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  3. Wow and wow, Amy I loved your post and loved seeing the fun and frolic on these young people and you being with them too. Enjoy and have a blast. Have faith in God He knows what he is doing. Thank you for this awesome share.

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    1. Kamal, I more or less told these kids and they did listen, that they are the ones who this country will rely on to bring about change. I taught some a new word …. solidarity. And when they understood what that word meant, most of them raised their arms and shouted, “Solidarity!” Their enthusiasm, their light, their happiness and yes their sincerity too, brought all of us together on such a huge high. To have these kids listen to what I was saying …. I was in awe! They KNOW we need change! And they are willing to show the way. I pray they do not get discouraged along the way. I praise their parents highly for bringing up these incredible kids the way they have! I haven’t seen this kind of G-rated fun since I was a kid. Oh for the JOY!! I’m still so effected from this group of young people!
      You are so welcome for this awesome share. I’m going to do all I can to get a LOT of people here to see this post. I also was not joking if anyone leaves a negative comment, I will delete it. This post is about HOPE!! Much love to you, dear friend!!! xo

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  4. Beautiful photo of those kids!! Boy and they look really amazing and happy. I’m seeing similar things here on my walks on the river path – lots of kids in the water and hanging out! It is a wonderful sight to behold. You were meant to find them!! Makes my day! Much love, Donna

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    1. Thank you, Donna, about that picture of those kids. They more or less arranged themselves without too much direction from me. I was stunned to see how perfect they looked as is. Their energy and their lightness still today is effecting me. I haven’t seen good old G-rated fun like this since I was a kid. OH FOR THE JOY! It sure seems I was meant to find them …. my heart just directed me and I followed. I wonder who will cross my path today on my bike ride? The other day on my bike I saw some high school seniors in their robes and so I stopped to talk to them. I supported them, high-fived them, told them it’s about time you are able to celebrate. They were so grateful to me for encouraging them. I just love these kids of today. Their light is SO bright and pure!! Happy days are here again! Much love to you!! xoxoxoxo

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    1. Linda, take my word, when I was with these kids, my heart was soaring. I still am deeply effected today. I am SO SO happy your heart sang!! Bless you! Much love to you! xo

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  5. Too bad about that young man not wanting to be in the photo. He had the kindest photographer in the world in front of him. I love the photos, Amy. My indication that normal life is returning is the traffic I’m in during the morning commute.

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    1. I welcome that traffic, Rob, even if it can be annoying at times. It is a shame that so many photographers and journalists have created mistrust [REALLY?] yet I hope that young man sees my post and thinks not all photographers are created equally. I must say most of the kids accepted me and trusted me. I am seeing such a pure generation today and I so do believe it will be this generation that will bring about the most change to this world. I haven’t seen this kind of G-rated fun since I was a kid! Too bad I won’t be around to see the glorious change that I KNOW is coming. I’m doing what I can NOW! I am helping to prepare the way for the change. So much love to you this day, dear friend!!! (((HUGS)))! xoxo

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  6. This is a wonderful picture, most of all these days when the US is dealing with so many difficulties. I hope that also the US has its freedom back soon again. Freedom for EVERYONE!

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    1. Thank you, Erika! Oh yes the pot is boiling here in the States yet I am managing to draw to me situations which hold so much promise and JOY! I agree …. freedom for everyone indeed!! I do believe the kids in this pictures will be THE generation to bring about the changes that are so desperately needed in this world. Much love to you!! xo

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      1. And that is the only thing to do that makes sense and that raises the energy in general… looking out for the joy which is there! Thank you for sharing this big ray of sun 🌞

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      2. All of us need as many rays of sun we can find and then share, Erika. These past few months have been some of the darkest times in my life, in all of our lives. And I’ve been through a lot. Take good care of you today and have a truly blessed day!! xo

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      3. I hope that the dark fog will have passed soon and for good. Over here life has us back more or less but we are looking towards a great summer in which we even can go on vacation. I hope that the US is through the worst soon. Blessings to you and yours, Amy 💖

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    1. I am truly sorry for your loss. I know what the loss of a parent is. BIG (((HUGS)))
      Social distancing will not be forever and in fact, it is dissolving in most states now. You believe and do what you believe and do. That is your right. My goal here with this post was to bring HOPE that better days lay ahead. xo

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      1. I wish the very same. And as you can see, I did not delete your comment. I would not do something like that …. I understand your pain and your position why you believe what you do. When I said I would delete “negative” comments, I was referring to those who deliberately write harsh and mean words. I’m so focused on living HOPE and being HOPE that HOPE is actually coming to me in the form of high school kids. This is not the first “chance” meeting.
        I will keep you in my heart. It took me a long time to get over my Mom’s death. All I can say to you, with time the pain won’t be as acute. You are also not alone with nightmare stories that arose out of this viral mess. xoxoxo

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      2. Thank you so much for the kind words, they are very meaningful. It’s been especially hard to process this loss because I live across the country and could only sit by helplessly. Still have not traveled home. My grief has definitely impacted my perspective, and certainly hope for the day when not one more person suffers from this disease. ❤

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      3. Grief does things to our minds and actions that we never thought possible. I was not able to see my Mom before she died nor could I go to her funeral. I understand the helplessness and frustration and anger. I get it. My Mom died from a very aggressive cancer that literally ate her alive. I pray that some day a cure for all diseases will be found and suffering as we know it comes to an end. Please take good care of you and be gentle with yourself. May God and His Angels surround you and help you with your broken heart. xo

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    1. I know, Dan. Those kids made my day and then some! They were having good old fashion fun I haven’t seen since my childhood. There is HOPE yet that this world will and is becoming a better place. Those kids were lit up with so much happiness they were floating. (smile)

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    1. BIG GRIN, Dana! Oh yes there IS hope! And darn it, I won’t stop what I am doing until the hope of freedom and equality for all comes to fruition! Bless you for stopping by to get the rush of pure energy these kids have. Much love and peace to you this day! xo

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    1. You are welcome, Julie! Believe me, we all need to be lifted up. I’m telling you, these kids I’m running into are like pure quartz crystal. They are amazing!! I honesty believe it is this generation that will bring the changes this world so needs. They are so open and so genuine and honest and HAPPY. Much love and peace to you today!! xoxoxo

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    1. You are welcome, Takami. We all are in need of special moments to outweigh the heaviness and the “drama” that is still today playing out. May you have a really good day today!! xo

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  7. Very awesome hon that’s so amazingly great I’m sorry I’m so late commenting but I’m on a journey to and finding me sometimes I find myself just pausing and trying to take care of me probably selfish I know….but the pics of the flowers soooooooo very gorgeous and my favorite color kinda picked me up thanks hon ❣️And the pics of the kids totally inspirational ❣️stay safe lots of love and ((hugs))Stacy Anne xoxo 💁🏻‍♀️

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    1. No apologies, Stacy Anne. When you get here, you get here. You take care of YOU first. Now I know what your favorite color is. (smile) Those kids ….. they are amazing! Their combined energy is so pure and so clean and HAPPY. To see good old fashion G-rated fun like I saw when I was growing up, but such JOY in my heart!! So happy you saw this inspiration of how young people today are radiating so much LOVE. Big (((HUGS)))!! xo

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  8. Oh SUCH JOY!!! seeing these young souls as they should be.. Free enjoying themselves in the SUN… This is such a positive post Amy… It brought a huge HUGE smile to my face… Here the social distancing still in place.. Masks now being made mandatory on public transport yet it wasn’t in the beginning, Go figure! Keeping the fear going!…
    Schools were going to open to certain ages in the beginning of June… Opposition Politician leaders were ranting that is too soon…. Wait till September…
    Now local authorities and schools have said its impossible to open schools and keep social distancing they haven’t the room… Now the Opposition Politicians are accusing the government of WHY are the schools not opening in June…. Go figure that… They just say the opposite lol… Maybe that is why they are the Opposition hahaha…
    Any way Amy your Post and photo of those happy smiling young people is just what I needed…

    I posted my post and just got through answering my comments… Now I am going to watch a Time of the Sixth Sun update I missed…. You will understand when you visit next…

    Much love my friend.. Happy Sunny days to you.. ❤ ❤ ❤

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  9. Thanks hon keep picking us up and inspiring we’re all together and on the same page I hope and getting stronger god bless you and everything you do babe big ((HUGS))xoxo ❣️Stacy Anne 💁🏻‍♀️

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