grieve (grv) v. To be sorrowful; distress. To mourn or sorrow for.
griev·ance (grvns) n. An actual or supposed circumstance regarded as just cause for complaint.
This morning I was full of complaints. “Work has been crazy….I barely have any shopping done…We don’t even have our tree up…”
Then I heard the news.
My supposed “problems” seemed utterly ridiculous.
Tonight is for grieving, not grievance. And prayers. Lots of prayers.