Stop Focusing On What’s Missing

Be patient. It doesn’t happen overnight. It may not happen in the moment that you expect it to happen. It could take months, years, and even decades. The good thing about it all is that it will happen when the time is right. 

As humans, we naturally yearn for so many things. We want the nice house. We want the fancy cars. We even want the ideal career. But, in reality these things don’t always come when we want it, and sadly, it possibly won’t come at all. Does that mean that we give up hope? Absolutely not! 

We have to learn to be patient and trust that it will be ours. We have to accept the fact that right now isn’t the time. We have to accept life for what it currently is, even if the current circumstances don’t seem promising. We have to trust and believe that whatever it is that we want will come. 

Since the beginning of this year, I’ve accomplished so many things. I’ve recorded a great amount of music, released two songs, and finally started my YouTube channel. All of this was done in the middle of a pandemic. However, there’s still times when I feel like something is missing, and unfortunately I don’t know exactly what it is.

I’ve been challenging myself in enhancing my spiritual practices to continue finding ways of feeling whole. I’m learning to be more patient while believing that everything that is missing will show up. As easily distracted that I can be, I’m making a conscious effort in staying dedicated and fixated on this goal of mine, while remaining grateful for all that is in front of me.

Life is a journey that’s full of excitements and disappointments. One day we may be up, and the next we may be down. The fact of the matter is that we should live it gratefully in the present moment and focus less on what may be missing. Everything will then present itself in due time.

Check out my latest song, “If Only You Knew” by L.K. Hodge on all streaming platforms or by clicking the Apple Music link :

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Thank you all for your continued support throughout my journey in life! I appreciate it!


  1. You know a great way to stimulate yourself is red light and white noise stimulation therapy… it also has some parapsychology researchers backing up that it makes musicians musicality flow and that musicians might be just more telepathic than the rest of the population.


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