The state of being full is in stark contrast to that of being empty. Funny how the two co-exist in our lives. Looking around we see fullness all around us.
pantries full of outdated products,
medicine cabinets cramped with meds to heal our every ache and pain,
countertops cluttered with things.
With so much stuff to hold and find places for and so many things in which to busy ourselves, why does beneath the fullness lies the often unvoiced feeling of emptiness within? Perhaps its not the things or to do’s in which we should be relying on for fullness.
This is written as part of Five Minute Friday, where you just write without worrying if it’s just right.