We’re all waiting for something… for life to start happening or stop hurting; for spring to arrive (well, at least in Edmonton!); for the unexpected to bring a smile; a friend to make a call; or a child to sing.
The world seems to have slowed in the age of pandemic: some have lost their minds and some have found their meaning.
Waiting is sometimes the hardest thing of all. But it is how we wait that says something about us. Waiting is just another name to say we are preparing for something to happen. How will you wait? How will you use the time you now have? Because how you use your time now will help you greet the “something” when at last it arrives.