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How can I find hope?

Dr. Kathleen Hall
Preventive Medicine
No matter where you are now in your life, that optimistic Divine being is cheering for you, loving you, guiding you, and sending you hope. You may not see the hope right now, but look around you.

We discover hope in the most humble places: the sun on your face, a breeze through your hair, your dog wagging her tail as she rubs against you, the smile of a person passing you in the mall, or a cool glass of water when you are thirsty. The well is never empty when you turn to the Divine. Don't ever give up on the Divine; she isn't giving up on you!
Uncommon H.O.P.E.: A Powerful Guide to Creating an Extraordinary Life

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Every day, the little constant stresses and anxieties leave us feeling unfulfilled, not living the best life possible. But what if the life we want to live is with in our grasp and we don't even know...

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