Lonely nights can hurt..

Each and every February, I’m sure Spectrumites or not feel a little lonely at some point in their lives. Being alone isn’t a great thing to be when you want to have someone as a companion, a best friend, someone that you feel close to, that you can trust with your inner doubts, as they could do with you.

Seeing married couples working as one family is a rarity these days, even on the days where things can seem off kilter; chaotic and random. But when the family works together, there’s nothing that can stop them.

All the while, the questions; the doubts, the regrets start to seep in, draining people of what they feel is their self worth. Questions asking if one even knows what love is, can I be loved, am I worthy of being loved? It’s a hard cross to bear, seeing high school friends having families while time seems to slow down for you.

But I’m also here to say that you’re not alone and there is someone for you. It may be hard to read this, but know, believe that things will get better. I’ve felt love and lost it just as quickly but now to me it’s all about doing what a great Billy Joel song sang about so many years ago: it’s all about “Keeping the Faith”, especially the following lyrics:

Say goodbye to the
Oldies but goodies
Cause the good ole days weren’t
Always good
And tomorrow ain’t as bad as it seems

My point is bringing this up is that there will be as many bad days as there will be good ones, but as long as one keeps their faith and keeps their head high, any bad day can seems like a moral victory if nothing else. It’s at those points where we can all single or not, really truly keep the faith and…

Shine On

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