by Daniel B.
As human beings, we prefer to be in-charge of our circumstances and have a clear view of the future, whether it’s making plans for an upcoming vacation or saving money to build a large nest egg. Unfortunately, life typically has other plans and we soon find ourselves losing all control of the situation.
Today, the future is more uncertain than ever before. Illness, job losses and questions about financial security abound. This uncertainty is no doubt leaving many feeling scared or anxious and looking desperately for hope. Some turn to material objects or other people to provide a means of escape and comfort, but the respite each one brings is only temporary. The struggle to find hope is never-ending. Or is it?