Two AM, the unlikeliest of times is getting more likely for me to encounter. I have learnt allot of lessons at this lonesome time. It is in isolation that I feel closest to God, weather that is the middle of the night or the middle of the sea. As I sit in silence watching those little numbers on the clock get larger and larger I find myself of in a position of awe about life. Tonight, I ventured to my window sill and pulled up a seat. As I have been watching the desolate world slowly pass me by I have come to know that even in the depths of the night, when everything initially seams dark, there is still light. I may not be able to see everything as clearly as in the mid of day but my surroundings are still recognisable. This reminded me of when John says “The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.”(John 1:5 NIV). The night is viewed as a time of complete darkness, destitute if you will but staring out of that window all I could focus on was the existence of light. It was the light that captured my attention. Tonight, I have witnessed that even when things seem gloomy, goodness and light can still be found.