Earphone Moments Call For Some Ear-Time.

You know how when you put earphones in your pocket, then when the time comes for you to remove them, they’re tangled into a bajillion knots, and you just wonder how that happened. It was just a pair of earphones that went in there and nothing else. Well, it could be the material they’re made of, but still, it’s bothersome. You have to spend some good time detangling them so that you’re able to comfortably use them.

Sometimes, we have that earphone-moments in life.  At one moment everything around you is okay and you’re reveling in it, then the next moment things are going berserk and you have no idea how you got to that point. It could be at work, at home, somewhere in between. You then have your moment of taking the “earphones” out of the “pocket” and detangling them back to normalcy.

In essence, all that’s needed is for someone to take the earphones out of the pocket and not necessarily detangle them. They could be choking in there for all we know. In life, sometimes all we need is someone to talk to. Someone to get you out of the “pocket”. It doesn’t have to be your family or friend, it could also be a stranger. They might not know what you’re going through but through a conversation, they could calm a nerve that was otherwise chocking you up (and you didn’t even know it was). They don’t have to sort out the problem, but at least they shed in some light for you.

Life, Life Lessons, Earphones, Time, Conversation, Talk-Time

 

When someone comes up to you, give them a minute or two, and share with them you have in mind or vice versa. What you have in mind could be an answer to something that’s been itching them in the wrong place ha ha ha okay, wrong move, but true, it could be what relieves them. I think God uses us to reach out to our own. You know when you pray and you are waiting for an answer(s), I don’t think they fall out of the heavens and happen. It’s through people that our miracles happen. It could be people you know, people close to you, or it could be a complete stranger. Don’t dismiss them, give them some ear-time and hear them out – let them minister to  you or be the one who reaches out to them and they give you some time for you to minister to them.

Happy Hump Day Lovelies!

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