A moment of solitude 

I see more of life when I encounter a hardship. While mourning, grieving, and spending the minutes of my days thinking of the things that happened beyond my control, I told myself that I must take a moment in solitude to be grateful of the things that are within my control. 

So I am thankful…very thankful for all the things that I am blessed to have thus far. Everything else that I don’t have, yearn to have, or cannot have…I am still thankful that there is hope that keeps me looking forward to another day. 

I might be still struggling to find the nearest shore, but I am not drowning. I am not. 

And that in itself is a blessing!


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