The city of San Francisco is home to one of the most beautiful, and certainly the most photographed bridge in the world - The golden gate bridge. It is the iconic symbol of San Francisco, connecting the main city to its upper peninsula. When it opened in 1937 it was the longest suspension bridge in the world and considered one of the great wonders of the modern world by the American Society of Civil Engineers. Aesthetically beautiful and structurally sound, it is San Francisco's pride and joy. But the golden gate bridge is also considered a dark, dreary, dead-end road for so many people. It is the second most used suicide bridge in the world claiming the lives of over 1,500 people throughout the years. In this newest Reflections of Hope episode we explore a powerful and profound lesson that has the potential to save someone's life today! Watch, reflect, and share with someone who needs hope today!