“Nature has fixed no limits on our hopes.”
Hope is available to all. Hope knows no class, structure, wealth, race, nationality, or gender. Even those without any money or possessions at all can still possess hope. Hope is the most difficult thing to take from a human being. Optimism and faith first rely on hope for their existence. Hope is the driver of everything. Hope is fearless. Hope defeats despair. Hope has no time limits or expiration date – hope is eternal.
The quote comes from the song Hope, from Björk’s sixth studio album, Volta, released in 2007. The song was written by Björk and Timothy Mosley.
Björk Guðmundsdóttir is an Icelandic singer, songwriter, composer, actress, record producer, and DJ. As a musician, she is known for an eclectic, avant-garde musical style that encompasses a range of influences and genres spanning electronic, pop, experimental, classical, trip hop, IDM, and avant-garde music. She has had multiple multi-platinum selling albums around the world. Her musical awards are numerous, and she has received 15 Grammy nominations and is the fourth most nominated artists to have never won. Her solo album titled “Debut” released in 1993 went platinum in the US and Australia, double platinum in the UK, and Gold in Canada, Sweden and other countries, selling over 5 million copies worldwide, with her second album “Post” (1995), also going platinum in the US, UK, EU and Canada.