In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “New Dawn.”
What does the new dawn means to us? ..
How often do we witness this enticing phenomenon? Not enough, I think.
It used to be an almost impossible idea for me to sit and watch the sun rise, but given my torrid job hours I saw it happen a few times. During each, I was mesmerized even more than the previous one. This drastic change from the black of night to the light of day has this magnificent way to wash me thoroughly in some majestic way I can’t seem to put into words.
I have even put some guidelines after my first new dawns, to make sure I witness a new dawn every six months, because it is cleansing, but sad for it means another day has passed, but a new day has come. Most my new dawn encounters were late nights, wither pondering and deciphering thoughts or working jumping to relieve one patient so I can see the next one. It almost always had me emancipated, relieved and satisfied some how drawing a huge smile on my face.
Although I am not abiding by my recommended rule to watch a new dawn every 6 months or every while, it is therapeutic in some way.
Others might disagree, as new dawns can be interpreted in many different ways, be it whatever new dawns can intricate a new positive change or modification we must deal with, so go ahead and dive through it and may the end be as bright as day light.