I pray not because I don't believe in myself. I pray because I know my limits. I pray not because I am a bubble of hope. I pray because I am uncomfortably practical. I pray not because I don't have friends. I pray because I know only humans. I pray not because I am afraid. [...]
"Why me?" We often ask. Because only we could do it. Because it was only our blessing. "Why now?" We often wonder. Because only then it adds up on time. Because it's timed only for us. "Why this?" We often moan. Because it will eventually make us happy. Because everything is for a reason.