I've been fairly depressed lately, in a passive and constant way. And that seems normal in society any more, not just here, but almost everywhere I go.
My one request on a day of reverence, is that we all take time, not to think about what we want and don't have, or what we had and couldn't keep. Think about all of the things in life that we're blessed with.
If I have a warm dry place to sleep, I'm blessed. If I have plenty of food to keep me full and functioning and ample ways to get more food available, I'm blessed. If I have hot and cold running water and indoor plumbing, I'm blessed with a luxury that most people 100 years ago could only dream of. If I'm able to simply press a few buttons on a mobile device and talk to people from all across the planet, I'm blessed with technology and the hard work of those who have came before me.
I personally think that it's our responsibility to appreciate what gifts we have and to take a moment to think about those without such blessing. If you're having a bad day, remember how good you actually live.[image=https://photos1.similarworlds.com/00/00/00/00/01/74/20/61/Notanymore-WYV7lozKU8iNAsM.jpg]