Regular Reminders

Sometimes I question myself, “What do I know to tell them what they should know?”

A reminder springs to mind sometimes immediately, whilst sometimes it gives in to a somber mood before presenting itself before me. On its appearance, the reminder tells me with confidence that my job isn’t to tell them what they should know. My job is, to rather, simply sit with them, make them reflect on their own life, and help figure what they think they should know. The time frame it takes for us together to figure this out isn’t fixed. Until then, I wait patiently, with care.

My reminder buddy then gives way to a buoyant feeling of continuing this meaningful journey till it needs coming back to do its job once more. Until then, my doubts wither away..

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