Against all odds, the photo of Haymar finally reunited with her family matched the painting she’d hung on Eden’s Dream Wall months before.
She was first separated from them when she traded rural life for a job in the city as a maid. Unsure about where to turn after escaping her abusive boss, Haymar took the help of a young man… only to learn that the shelter he gave was in a brothel. When Eden Outreach met her, Haymar had suffered eight years of traumatic sexual exploitation and abuse. As her body healed at Eden, Haymar became hopeful about her future. She began to dream of finding her lost family.
The Hope in a Hexagon Collection was inspired by Haymar’s enduring hope. Hope requires us to believe that a renewed future is possible when everything around us suggests otherwise. Hope pulls us through the darkness if we can just hold on tight enough. This collection features the word “hope” in Burmese, a word that Haymar now sees in the loving embrace of her family.