There’s something about the wind hitting the branches on the trees making them sway to the melody of its music that prompts my fingers to move. Or maybe it’s the look of the snow rushing to meet the ground, the passing cars, or pretty much anything solid; wherever they where before, the snowflakes clearly don’t want to be anymore, so they move with speed from the sky, to meet us. But their stay here, might seem like forever, but is only temporary. Because shortly, the sun will shine again, ending their visit, almost forcing them to leave, disappear really – they won’t stand a chance.
This weather reminds me of the relationship between situation and people. Daily we go through different trials and tribulations, or problems that might seem like the end of the world – or our world. I know personally there have been days where I force the biggest smiles, just to hide the feeling of unhappiness and save myself from the concerns and questioning. There were times that on the brightest of days, I’ve felt like I was in the middle of this storm by myself, swaying like those trees, rushed by the problems and negative thoughts…
But then the sun came out, and just like the snow, it melted all the problems away, and I was able to breath again. I think we take our “problems” to seriously, or at least I can say I honestly do. Whether it be situations with, work, school, loved ones or relationships – we can never let a situation become to great. Every storm will come to an end, at the end of every dark tunnel is always a light. A couple cliches are always the best way to rap up lol. I guess the moral is, storms like this one will come in our lives. Like the snow, they’ll seem to come right at you and attempt to stick, but with the kiss of the sun to the snow, or with prayer, your problems will sure to disappear.
As always.. Lovely.