Rejection is disheartening, saddening and crushing in unexpected ways. It’s like trying to swallow a big, bitter pill that’s trying to choke you. Because all we see is the pill. We fail to see beyond that–we fail to see that unless we don’t swallow the pill, we are not going to heal.
Stories about the apocalypse are usually filled with supernatural darkness and suspense. And justifiably so. I mean, we are talking about the end of the world. Why would it not be scary and dreadful? This is why Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s co-authored book pleasantly surprised me with their masterpiece Good Omens.