“You know, we do a really good job of judging each other and assuming who people are when we don’t even know them. To me, the most important thing we can do right now is take a second to see and appreciate each other as we are. And even though optimism can seem more elusive than ever these days, she is convinced that the very act of remaining hopeful is a big part of the answer. “I really believe that we are it — we are what we’re waiting for, what we’re looking for,” she says. The way we raise our kids, the way we choose to be with each other, the way we face the world — that is how things will start to shift. – Alicia Keys 


What hope means for families of children with rare diseases in clinical  trials | RCNi

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