Well, folks here we are.
Yet another Monday of 2020 has decided to poke its head out at us again.
Can you believe that we will be celebrating Thanksgiving in just about two weeks and that Christmas will be shortly behind that?
Anyone else having trouble focusing on Christmas gift shopping or anything that is Christmas related? Because I’m struggling SO much.
What a week it has been. It was one full of many emotions and I felt like I was riding a roller coaster going up, down, around, and all the directions you could possibly imagine. I had trouble sleeping, I was anxious all hours of the day, I had trouble focusing on my work, and I was glued to both the TV and phone checking constant updates about the election and the ballot counting in all the battleground states.
I’m sure I’m not the only one that was on this roller coaster ride.
And today, as Monday pokes it head out at us, we are greeted with breaking news that has changed history.
But politics is not the point of this week’s post and is not something that I normally like to engage about during conversation.
This week’s post isn’t about whether you are a Republican, Democrat, or whether your candidate won or lost.
If you are celebrating, I see you and I love you.
If you are grieving, I see you and I love you.
If you are angry, I see you and I love you.
I will be the first to admit that the world is broken. It is a scary place. It is polarized so much that it seems virtually impossible for anyone to meet in the middle about any topic no matter how complicated or simple it might be.
So, regardless of how you are feeling because of the results from this election, please don’t forget that love and kindness are always in season.
And please don’t forget that they are the fundamental elements that will help us to get through the tough times as we start to heal our broken world…
…And we will do that TOGETHER regardless of our skin color, religion, political affiliation, sexual orientation, social class status, or whatever other entity in between.
Whether you disagree or agree with someone, please do not forget love and kindness.
There are just two more months left until I embark on one of my biggest fundraising projects to date in my 33 years of life on this Earth. And while I have a renewed energy from the happenings of this past week, I know that some of my friends who might not be feeling that same way.
But I will continue to spread love and kindness to ALL each day that I live.
And I will continue to see you and love you no matter what.
My purpose on this Earth is to embody the entities of love and kindness regardless of who is in The White House.
So, please don’t forget love and kindness are always in season.
Sprinkle sunshine always,