“What is the appropriate behavior for a man or a woman in the midst of this world, where each person is clinging to his piece of debris? What’s the proper salutation between people as they pass each other in this flood?” –Buddha
Pardon the blip in posting, I have been otherwise mentally engaged in a re-freak on an entirely different scale: The Nashville Flood, which wiped out thousands of homes and killed at least 23 people in Tennessee alone. Didn’t know about it? Watch this video by ExpressionsbyMisti:
Still scratching your head about how you could have not heard about it? Click here for enlightenment on the subject.
Many friends and family members of mine have been hit by this almost-Apocalyptic event and the best I can say about it is that I am again, thankful for what I have and thankful for the people in my life. Especially in light of all of their near-misses and tragedies. We can never tell our loved ones enough how much we love them. And let’s not be caught in the disgrace of denying help and good to each other. One theme I’ve heard throughout the last few weeks is that the unimaginable happened; no one ever thought it could happen to them.