Articles from Hope

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    When the cat's away mice play...

    09.06.19 | by Eric Segool

    A friend of mine owns a successful restaurant and it can be difficult to even find a place to park. Eat in or take out, the sheer volume of food this place puts out is impressive. I respect and admire my buddy — he started working in the...

      The Awful Grace of God

      08.02.19 | by Eric Segool

      Suffering can take many forms… A husband mourns the loss of his wife.   A young woman deals with chronic pain due to an auto-immune disease.   A teenager struggles with depression and anxiety that cripples them...

        Resources

        06.28.19 | by Eric Segool

        One thing I am convinced of is that there are resources available for just about everything. Whether it is increasing your typing speed, learning stretching exercises, or exploring the root causes of the Great Depression, if you want to do it or...

          Sincerely,

          03.29.19 | by Eric Segool

          Thinking about my days elementary school, I remember learning how to write letters to others—not emails, but true pencil on paper correspondence! Every cursive letter we wrote needed to be properly sized and spaced. (Fast forward to today...

            Belief and Lifestyle

            03.15.19 | by Eric Segool

            Several years ago, a couple called me and asked if they could sit with me to discuss some issues.  I am not a counselor, but I am always willing to be a sounding board to help in any way I can.  The couple were going through a...

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