It could be from losing someone close, losing your keys, running out of gas in the middle of nowhere with no phone signal, experiencing an earthquake, falling, a government is making what you view as poor choices, someone won’t “change” their ways no matter what, watching an accident happen, and so much more. Have I hit a point you can relate to yet?
We eventually come to a point where we either give up or continue. There is always HOPE. It’s in our core to Hope.
Most recently we all have been watching the chaos and mess unfold in Ukraine and Russia. Basically, the people are split on who they want to be under. Ukrainians want to vote on deciding such things, however there’s not a solid government yet to do so under. That’s like Texas voting to secede as a separate country or be apart of Mexico. Most Ukrainians want to be a separate country and move toward Europe to cut the ties of Soviet/Communistic power from the past. They’re tired of being manipulated and having absolutely no say in things while some rich mafia leaders use their position, power, and money to control things politically.
Most of us don’t really know how to relate, because Americans have never had something of that magnitude in our lives for many years.
Since I have connections and friends still there, I do at times feel helpless. Then, I realize the best thing to do in my situation is to hope for the best, pray, encourage those there, stop letting myself focus on the negative, and stop worrying. Worry is fed by fear.