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Finding new reasons for hope

Sometimes we just get tired. The long journey to the present has left us fatigued, and now we feel disoriented and alone. That sense of aloneness can be one of the most difficult issues we face. When the joy of the journey turns into what looks like the end of the journey, loneliness can be crippling. That’s when we need some new input, some new reason to hope in the future.

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