On Monday, I shared this from Created Equal on my Facebook page, WhereWeGoNow as Cancer Survivors. It seems to have hit a nerve because it got a lot of likes, shares and comments. One comment, however, truly surprised me.After a long day at school and track practice, my son returned home on Monday evening. He’s a 15-year-old boy, so making conversation isn’t his strong suit. Out of the blue, he told me he liked this post (of course, he didn’t “like” it on Facebook, that wouldn’t have been cool, my being his mother.)
It struck me that I’ve experienced this phenomenon countless times in my 53 years. What I didn’t expect to learn was that it resonated for a 15-year-old boy.
The bottom line is that we all have times when things seem to be falling apart. Maybe it’s because we have so many expectations that this happens as much as it does. The truth is that we don’t know how things are supposed to go. So sit back, believe and hold on and maybe you will see things actually fall into place after all.