Darkness? It’s an old friend.
It’s a constant presence in your life’s journey, curling around you like a plume of smoke.
Sometimes it’s thick and opaque; other times it’s nothing more than a wisp in the corner of your eye.
It can be straightforward, like the chronic knee pain that steals your trail runs, or the unexpected surgery that upends your life for six months or more.
It can be stealthy and suffocating, like the slowly dawning realization that your closest friends don’t have your best interests at heart, or that you’ve spent your whole adult life toiling away at a career that makes you miserable.
But darkness is also where the seeds of life sprout. It’s where potential breeds and blossoms, and you reconnect with the truth of who you really are.