One day, versus Today
Lately, there has been a series of bad news.
Family members battling cancer. One lost, others having to cope with the sword of Damocles above their head.
This causes sadness, anger, and fear.
It slaps my heart with the pain of sensing how insignificant we are in front of the power of the Life-Death cycle.
At a time like that, I feel stuck, immobilized. A reminder to pause, reflect and enjoy the beating of my own heart.
Following this phase, I go back to my frantic self, more convinced that wishing for “one day” might just be too late.
Today I am alive
Today is now
Today is the day