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Think Hope in the Aftermath of Hurricane Michael

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Rosalind Y Tompkins

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Dr. Rosalind Tompkins shares how thinking hope helped her and others to survive the deadly Category 4 Hurricane Michael that hit the Panhandle of Florida on October 10, 2018.  There were at least 26 people killed during this mammoth hurricane.

"When I heard about Hurricane Michael heading our way, I had just come from a week on the beach (St. George Island) celebrating by birthday and the first thing I thought was, "Thank God it wasn’t last week." My next thought was, "Oh boy here we go again!"

As we listened and prepared for the worst, I couldn’t help thinking the best and even though we were doing everything to prepare; getting water, food, batteries, checking on family and congregants, making sure everybody was okay, I just kept thinking, "It’s going to be alright."  "We are going to make it through." READ MORE from Dr. Rosalind's Blog and join in the discussion of how thinking hope is a powerful force for dealing with life's challenges both big and small: I Will Not Be Shaken.

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