Feeling alone doesn’t mean you don’t appreciate what you have, or who is in your life. It doesn’t mean you don’t love God first or believe you have friends.  It’s that feeling of abandonment, of emotional starvation that’s difficult to fulfill that connection we were made with and to have.  It can be difficult to understand the power and intensity of it when you’ve never been there, or had it momentarily. It’s different when it follows you around day in and day out. Be quick to listen and slow to speak.  Just be there physically. Maybe you saved a life.


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