Comfort and Its Absence

It’s hard learning to live again. Comfort is one of the most underestimated sentiments in this life. We become blind to it and then once it’s disrupted it is hard to reestablish or readjust to life without it. I’ve had the carpet pulled out from under me in the last few weeks. I’ve been in a free fall of sorts trying to distract myself with any and everything. Though my future is bright and the opportunity boundless, I am in a fog at present. This fog is not detrimental to my health, nor should it make anyone fearful for me, but rather I see it as a growing process. I’m learning about life, about myself.

2 Responses to “Comfort and Its Absence”
  1. Adversity allows us to appreciate the easier times ahead. Keep swimming. Comfort will return one day. 🙂

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