“When it rains, it pours”- I am not sure who said these words (and I am too lazy to research).
There are days when we are hit with everything at once. Our own personal struggles, the problems of our families and friends, the sorrows of the unjust world we live in, the oppression we face as a nation, race or religious group.
And then come a day when we can’t really think about all that is happening within us and aroud us.
Today that is how I feel.
Stillness- a kind of peace that is scary because I subconsciously know there are a million things to worry about or to figure out. A kind of numbness that puts me in a world that is inhabited by noone but myself.
It reminds me of “the calm after a storm” or of the somber nights that I stay lying in bed staring at the ceiling while picking my brain about my impending future.
There’s this stillness that I can’t really wrap my head around.
But I will bask in the sound of nothingness and appreciate the moments of solitude.
Because this is my moment of stillness.