No matter what our religion or ideology is, we all believe in ‘hope’. In the midst of life’s troubles, hope is that little burning fire keeping us alive. A man whose hope has been taken away is a breathing dead-man. Hope is little but beautiful and powerful.

We hope:

  • for a better life,
  • for a glorious destiny,
  • for a world we’ve not been before.
  • We all hope for a change.

The crucial part of our hope is the confidence we have in the things we hope for and in making them our realities.

“although I am a young black but I’m confident in the world (future) I hope for. No man can take away my HOPE because I am NOT LIMITED”

Additional information

Name of artist

Adekile Mayowa


60 × 90 cm


pastel, charcoal and graphite pencil on paper