Loneliness Is The Key 5-24-04bydannyrugby13©
Why does loneliness hit sometimes when we least expect it? It tends to slap us in the face, and make us take a step back and see things from a different perspective. I can taste and smell the pungent degree of loneliness in myself. I can feel myself slipping into a deep sleep, will it be my faith that will bring me out of it, or will it be the motivation to become "me" again. I wonder how I can let myself get to this point. Can it be the simplest remark, memories of loved ones present or past, a phone call, e-mail, picture, or a need to get closer to God? I am not sure which one it is.
I may never know, or in time I will get my answer in prayer. Prayer has giving me a lot of my answers, why I sometimes feel like I can conquere the world, and other times it puts me on my knees, asking for help or forgiveness. There are times I feel I have no where to go. I turn to prayer, and I see my answers down the road. Is loneliness a reminder for me to check all the important things in my life, and make sure no one thing is on the top of my pyramid. No one thing except the Lord is on top. In a weird way, loneliness might be the answers I need to find my happiness in myself.
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