Promoting Hope On Social Media

Everybody has a moment. A moment when they face a challenge and they resort to the social media for help. They watch a YouTube video or read an article, better yet, read a blog post such as you are doing now. They look for support for their justified right and critic for the wrongs of others. Nothing wrong with that.

We all use social media in one way or the other and for many various purposes. Mostly, it is just for fun, dating and business. However, today we encourage you to take advantage of the social media to spread hope worldwide and make the world a less depressed place. Everybody needs to be there for each other and your short message of five words in a sentence may be the difference in another’s life.

“A good thing in life is to be happy. The best thing in life is to make others happy”.

Henry’s Care Initiative Quote

Finally, the COVID-19 vaccine has been in circulation across various parts of the world. It has been well received by many in as much as there are a good number that still doubt it. There is a sense of restored hope among many in regards to the vaccine. That is a good sign, but more needs to be done.

Therefore, you can take a moment today to write a short word of encouragement to the many who read from your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn or even a blog such as this one, to inspire someone locally and internationally. This will go a great way in giving people hope as we all look forward to a successful recovery from the COVID-19 in respect of the circulating vaccine.

Share, read, post and repost, read from others and paste on your wall today. Make the world a better place one social media site after the other. Do not be quiet with your good and hopeful message. Someone is waiting for your encouragement. Give it to them today.

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Published by Lavine Les Mots

"Do unto me as you would have me do unto you". "Fais-moi ce que tu veux que je te fasse"

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