Weekly Prompts Wednesday Challenge – One Word

” Every situation in our life can be defined with one word. It’s up to you to chose that word.” — Anon

This week the Wednesday Challenge on partner Susan and my site is ONE WORD.

As the whole planet begins to slowly slither into the new year there are a number of personal approaches most people adopt to help them through the many pitfalls, unexpected happenings and windfalls that might befall them.

This week’s challenge invites you to think of ONE WORD that you can use as a guiding light that can help you navigate through the many currents and eddies that the year may throw your way. 

The word I have chosen is HOPE and what I will do is write the word down on a post it note, attach it to my bathroom mirror and refer to it throughout the new year. Starting the year in this manner with a plan might be beneficial to you.

Susan and I invite you to tell us the word you will choose for the coming year. Words such as hope, love, faith, forgiveness and optimism are prime candidates. Feel free to share with us your own sentiments.

As always the challenge is flexible, so please interpret in any way you wish – Words or Pictures, Poetry or Rhyme, you choose.

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