When silence grabs you by the throat!
I told him I would keep praying. And I did. Until one week I started to forget.
Even in the face of ambivalence and sorrow, one thing remains.
Sometimes it’s okay to say you’re not okay.
Oh the reluctance.
Who will save me from this body of death?
“When you see this you know, ‘Okay, I messed up, but next time I’m going to do better!’”
All we could do was ask those already contaminated to stay home and discourage physical contact among the students and staff before it could spread any further.
When sickness strikes too close to home!
What am I even doing here?!