Having noticed the birds singing as the morning on cue unfolded, I questioned my surprise.
It made no sense to me that birds would sing, butterflies congregate and the sky open so vastly midday.
Had they not heard of loss? Had they a resolve tougher than ours, more able to shake off the sorrows and sadnesses of life, of death?
I paused to listen again, to notice
Without fail, a God who like you.
Causing me to see, to hear, to know.
To be still. To trust both the beauty and the not so beautiful.