Thursday, April 30, 2020

Peace Be Still

I was just sitting here thinking about the "Stay-At-Home" order and how to be content through the madness. Trust me, it is not always easy. I have moments where I feel a little anxious, and I have moments where fear will try to set in to disturb my peace. Nevertheless, they are merely moments; they are not part of my daily existence. Most of the time, I feel content and at peace; most of the time, I feel happiness and joy; and most of the time, I feel loved and respected by my friends and family. I can only hope and wish the same for anyone who reads this post. Well, take care and be safe. I just wanted to share my thoughts with you today. Peace~


Anonymous said...

Good to see you posting
These times are a jumble of emotion and thoughts. The challenges for us to describe in words what we are going through, will be interesting to read. Who knows, this could be one of the biggest surges of fantastic poetry on Earth.

Stay Well & Safe!

Salty Pumpkin Studio said...

Oops, I must have clicked the wrong box...that's me, anonymous. lol

Stephen A. Bess said...

Hello Salty Pumpkin! Thank you for revealing yourself. lol! Yes, you are so right. I have a friend who has completed a book over his time in quarantine. I have been grading papers but I plan to do some writing as well. I am bubbling up with poetry.

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