Compassion and gratitude was what I felt when Jen walked into my job on a random afternoon. The sweet, little things in life really do leave the largest stains on our souls. I had met Jen one night heading home from work and the connection between us sparked instantly. It’s like when you first meet someone and your brainwaves synchronize. It was evident to me that she was a beautiful person inside and out. Our interaction was brief and I was able to quickly tell her where I worked before she got off the train. After a few minutes, I had convinced myself that I’d never see her again. I embraced the fleeting moment and continued with the rest of my day.
A few months later, after that whole experience was lost in my subconscious, Jen walked into my job with a huge smile on her face. It took me a moment to recognize her but when I did I became buzzed with excitement! She wanted to say goodbye to me because she was moving to Hawaii that week. I really cannot begin to tell you guys how filled with Love I felt in that moment. She hugged me and told me how much she loved my energy. She was hoping to run into me so that she could let me know. Her timing could not have been better… There truly is tons of beauty in this world and I live for these powerful connections. It’s easy to become closed off and distant, especially living in New York City, but these experiences truly keep the soul bright and young. Opening up and putting all your compassion and love on the table for others to taste, is uplifting and nourishing. I may never see Jen again but she will always be remembered. May we love and be loved.