A week or so ago I ran in to someone I haven’t seen in ages. Our paths cross (totally by accident) about once per year and we keep up with each other on social media.
I was in such a rush. I had missed every bus I wanted to take on the way to my dad’s then as I decided to switch routes completely I ran in to this friend.
Though entirely out of his way, he insisted on giving me a lift without knowing how frustrated I was. I said thank you, of course, but I don’t think the
I read something yesterday.. "ALS causes friends to become strangers and strangers to become friends" I don't think this is reserved only for ALS and I definitely think this a powerful statement. Hardship brings to light who your true friends are and can bring people to you that you would have otherwise never known. I've experienced this first hand. Just another small blessing to be found in a dark place. When we look for things to be grateful for, we shift our minds in to a