As one lonely tear drips from my eye, i Now know comprehend just a little bit how mother’s feel. The train is about to pull off and I assisted on assisting my new acquaintance, Chris, to his desired destination. Asked him if he didn’t mind if I guided him, and he said sure, and showed me how. Strangers treading in new and unknown territory. He is legally blind, and deaf. (Has a special hearing aid) I can be subliminally blind at times. we talked about college, work, and how much he hates Penn station. We bonded as he clinched my arm and he kept up to my pace. I was no longer in a rush to get home or eat. I was enjoying our walk. Once we reached his desired destination. I did not want to let him go. Asked him if he wanted me wait he said no. I tried to hide and watch him as long as I could, but my train was leaving with or without me. I prayed for him as he stood there. I made my exit which felt longer than my entrance. My stomach was in knots worrying about him. But as the train comes out of the tunnel and the sun does its encore across the sky, I know everything’s going to be alright. Chris just blessed me in so many ways, and he’ll never know how. Thank you God for allowing me to be in Chris’s company.