November 3, 2018, Prescott-
It’s no secret that there was a fair amount of darkness in my life, a few weeks ago. It wasn’t anyone’s fault, but I had to go through having my ego tested, to see whether I deserved to have the goodness that has been increasing, over the past four months, to continue.
The dark consisted of a number of anomalous situations, involving limited communication means and quickly changing circumstances. This is how darkness works: Obfuscate, confuse and deflect. Gaslighting is the name of its game.
Darkness, though, is the absence of light. Once sunshine re-enters, the confusion gets dispersed, Hopefulness, never completely gone, reclaims its share of the heart. The commonalities, between seemingly disparate anomalous situations, appear-even to my mind, that can be so slow on the uptake.
So, now, my left knee is functioning just fine again. A serious impediment to my finishing this academic…
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