It seems like just yesterday we could wake up each day to a routine. We would get up, go to work, eat an evening meal, then spend a bit of downtime with friends and family or in the pursuit of personal hobbies. We worried about making ends meet, our careers, and the health of our loved ones.
What we did not worry about was being safe from terrorist attacks, nuclear wars, global pandemics, or an economic collapse.
Alas, times have changed, and with each day we face more uncertainties. Couple these uncertainties with little confidence that our government and our leaders have a pulse on the world situation, and we feel a sense of abandonment.. . . Read More