I love sunrises and sunsets. I have always admired creation and the colors that the sky display specially when the sun comes out or goes back in; how the colors of the day and night blend and create palettes you won’t simply create or design, it’s something that ultimately the Creator could ever think of. Which is why when rain season comes, I miss my colorful and clear skies; to sum up, I don’t like rainy seasons.
We have all been there. We all have been through gray days where we don’t see the sun near… Where we see some of our dreams fade, and just life smacks you in the face. We have been through days where everything conspires to give you a bad day; sometimes we allow ourselves to be discouraged by the smallest things in life, as we forget the greatest blessings that we have everyday.
Why?: That is the biggest question we come up once we go through any kind of change in our lives. Truth is, the reason for why everything happens could be explained by thousands of arguments; sometimes is the consequence of our actions, destiny, kharma, you name it. But the very answer of why everything happens yields in the heart of the Father.
If we would ask for the “what’s the lesson in here” instead of the “what for” and the “why’s”, we would be willing to grow in our faith rather than worry in the trivial things that He has already taken care of. Yes, we can get stuck in our surroundings while He wants the best for us, but He knows we are not ready and we need the rainy days in order to receive the sun. Every plant needs to hydrate in order to grow and blossom; we will be able to see the most beautiful rainbows, just after the biggest storm has come to an end.
To every young soul and spirit that is reading this: Do not be discouraged because of your age of experience, I am humbly know younger people than I that would surpass me in knowledge and wisdom; but I believe I have a story to tell. As soon I will leave this storm, I am excited to tell you the rest of the story.