Rather Quite Full, Thank You

Posted: October 6, 2015 in Uncategorized

Dark thoughts creep in with the lack of sunlight. For many people, this is the only time of fear, of worry. Others see the darkness year round, all day. Sun or rain. Day or night. They are besieged and waging a war against their own minds, succeeding in some cases. Failing in others. Other people don’t ever look into the darkness, don’t really look much of anywhere except forward. The mind looks inward, then outward, in health. It spends its time in the dark and relishes in the light. It maintains a balance. And to upset that balance, to steer too far in one direction and try and hold that course is to go so far from center as to take an unhealthy risk. If you lie in bed and find sadness overwhelming, but can still sleep, morning will come. Morning always comes, and that’s why so many people drink it in so deeply. Because daylight is an ever-renewing promise.


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