I hit a ditch, hitchhiked with a total but kind stranger, get to where I should go, and work until it was time to go home.
It was a every eventful day but nonetheless, another one of those days that could stop you on your tracks with all the stuff that needed to be taken cared of.
The choice to let an event or a series of events shake you is a choice we can make. Some days it could be worst. Some days, it could be too light that you can't believe you are breezing through it.
Whatever the day would look like, know that it could happen and when presented with an incident, do what you can possibly do, get back on the track, dust yourself off, and appreciate all the great things that you have. Believe that people have your back and they have yours.
It is not a mantra or a façade that we can easily put on when we know we can feel better despite the terrible things happening. We have the choice to not allow more dwelling on the problem but rather focusing on solutions and building-back better.
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