Raise your hand if you’ve been facing a lot of unknowns lately.
Now, raise your other hand if you don’t like it!
Do any of us really (really really) embrace the unknown?
Rewind: the first three months of this year (2020) were unknowns for me as I was job searching and following leads and navigating friend situations and spiritual situations (challenging my own heart where it felt off-balance with God) and physical stuff—please note I’m so over antibiotics and steroids aftermath, yo—and aaallllll the stuff that can happen to a marriage in the midst of that (are we okay? are we not?) Oh. And then there was this pandemic thing.
It was really dark and shadowy, and it’s like I’ve come into a clearing, and I can just… rest for a moment.
I want you here with me.
I’ve been praying so much. For you. For us. For me. For clarity amid all the voices that come with being an Enneagram Six.
For the world that is crying so much right now…
It’s no doubt that I fall back on what I know works to calm me when things go crazy. (My relationship with Christ, writing, talking with my husband thoughtfully, and specific music to mourn, to worship, to lament, to rest, to relax, to see past this mess.)
The “unknown” is just plain hard to parse.
Especially when the whole world is extra ugly and people are fighting their hardest to shine light.
I know I can’t help a ton right now. But I got a little, tiny bit I can share. It’s something. 😉
As I’m praying for you, my readers, during my Easter online services where I hear about a Savior that came, bled, and died to fix the human race through relationship of love, I offer the best I could come up with right now: a triad of songs selected from my solacing music lists.
They have helped me. May they be a hug for you, my Friends.
Especially those of you who are facing the ugly unknowns right now. ❤
Here’s a big hug. *hugs you tight, then looks you in the eye* God sees you and He’s near, no matter what you feel.
Now, talk to me. What are you doing to process this time?
Everyone parses life junk their own way, right?
Tell me in the comments if you want to. I’m listening. 🙂