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Getting home safely in troubling times

When things are going well, finances, health, job, family, school, friends, and with all our “routines”, we’ve no time for concern about those things that now cause worry or stress. We’re too busy with the next task, or with just keeping up with a demanding schedule. But when times get confusing, we become troubled. There’s a sense of trembling, a fear that we are not ready for what the future holds for us and for our families. We find ourselves paralyzed by the “what-ifs” of our experience. The result can become despair, which is the opposite of hope or empowerment.

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