Lost Things.

You know that thing they say about the things you think are lost being found when you’re least expecting them to be found? Yeah. It’s very, very real. Whether it’s about you accidentally finding an earring you thought you lost months ago, or about something that is much, much bigger than that. I don’t know how it works. Honestly, I’m just as confused as anybody else about how that works. Maybe it has got something to do with the fact that those things have been here all along and we just haven’t properly paid them any attention. Maybe it’s just another one of those things that we’ll never be able to figure out because it’s just a little mystery like that.

It’s just something that we all keep asking ourselves. “Where did that T-shirt go?” or “Where did I put my earphones?” or “Have you seen my glasses?” (They’re on top of your head, by the way!). You know, just one of those things. hat I’m unpacking, I’m finding tons of things that were supposedly ‘lost’. Yet, here they are! Right in front of me. It’s funny how things work sometimes. Maybe we just need to be patient with things and let them come to us in their own time. If it’s meant to happen, it will happen eventually.

Sure, there is a fair share that we all play in the way things turn out in our lives. But there are tons of things that we need to just let be. Because trying to control just about everything isn’t exactly the wisest thing that any of us can do. There are things that have and will always be bigger than all of us, things that cannot be explained, things that we just need to allow to happen. And that is perfectly alright.

Let that lost thing come back to you today. Patience, indeed, is a virtue.

Cheerio! Xx

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  1. I spent years looking for important documents. And I used to stress so much about it. But only after I let go and began thinking about it lesser and lesser did I find them randomly one day. I think things come to us when they are meant to. And also when we are not fretting too much about them!

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