When you’re in the dark, the black, the blinding nothingness, it’s important to see where the light comes from.
Because even when it’s overcast, there are glimmers, tiny moments, small breaks when you can see horizon. Look toward those rays, those beams, those tinkerbell miliseconds. Look closely at those people who hold flashlights, candles, twinkly white lights for you to see your way. And get down on your knees and commit them to memory. They are the people who hold your future.