What I Can’t Stop Thinking About

I’m thinking about the parent who hasn’t heard from their child in a while. They aren’t on the same page, and haven’t been for quite some time. 

I’m thinking about the person who’s sick with worry about being layed off. They feel like it’s only a matter of time, and they don’t have any savings to count on. 

I’m thinking about the nurse who’s over tired, has tested positive several times this year, and might not be able to visit their family for Thanksgiving. 

I’m thinking about the person who’s been crying themselves to sleep lately. They hide it well, but inside, they’re struggling. 

I’m thinking about the student who’s hard work is finally paying off. 

I’m thinking about the little Black girl who is feeling inspired to lead. 

I’m thinking about the person reading this right now, who is actually special in so many ways, but just needed the reminder. 

Yes, my dear, I’m thinking about you. Because you’re important enough to be thought of. You’re important enough to be seen. And you’re important enough to be heard. 

You are and have always been someone worth thinking about. 

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Published by Sinclair P Ceasar III

Sinclair Ceasar is a Christian mental health speaker and writer.

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