Some days it’s good to just reflect.
To remember the struggles, triumphs, and valleys. Remembering from where you’ve come.
Some days it’s good to hope.
To wish for a brighter, more unified world. One without strife, pain, and death.
Some days it’s good to mourn.
To mourn the losses, cut the costs, burn the bridges. Don’t forget; but don’t dwell in the past.
Today is one of those days. Every day I pray we love more, pray more, share more.
Because some days our thoughts aren’t enough. Most days require some action.
Some days it’s more drastic—but every day requires listening and observing.
These days good actions follow sound observations and informed conversations.
Some day we’ll take more action.