When you know, you know.
Many of us know what it feels like to have some form of devastation hit us, and find out quickly how few friends we REALLY have.
Friends that will check in on us, prop us up, love us... without some form of judgement or list of things we should be doing to fix us.
It's not that the rest don't care, it's that they're busy in their own worlds. Some are unable to get out of their bubble for whatever reason and some just don't get it.
When you know what it feels like to have your entire world crash down on you, leaving you in the dark with no plan, no guideline, only whatever strength you can muster.... then you know what I'm talking about.
At first you'll have people wish you well, send a greeting, maybe drop something off at your door. But it's the one's that come back over and over, sending a text, an email, checking in on you. LOVING you.
May we also try to be a glimpse of light where we can. After all, we're ultimately all soul-connected.