Invisible

How do you measure invisible? Is it measured by how many friends you have or don't have? Is it measured by what you do today? Is it measured by who's in contact with you? Or, if you are on social media? Is it???

Invisible is impossible to measure. Everyone feels invisible, yet we choose not to see it. Have you ever had a moment when you're with a group of people and they're making introductions, and somehow your introduction gets overlooked? You know distraction is easy and once somebody starts talking to somebody well.... We all have done it. Recently invisible and individual have clarified itself to me. It is surprising that the simple act of listening, engaging, and experiencing can do for a person. It is surprising how invisible isn't discussed.

I have held many jobs in my life. Most of my jobs have been with children, but I also have worked with adults in all facets of my life. It is surprising how when you become the Wallflower that you notice so much. You know your own story, and how and why you have experienced invisible. When you stand back and see how others experience it, it is gut-wrenching and makes you wonder... Wonder, Wonder, Wonder.

I wish I had an answer to break the invisible. This is an answer I don't know. But I know what is important is to not fear or get so angry that you feel like punching a hole in a wall to bring out life from it.  Invisible is not a bad thing, there are times we have to become invisible or have quiet times so we can punch a hole and pull that life out. When you do that you'll find some of the most beautiful people all around you and the bond of warmth, love, and encouragement will grow. So dance with the invisible and see the beauty that lies deep within.