Invisible people can be found, if one takes the time to look, at shopping malls, small towns, cities, hospitals, street corners and many other places. They are not loud or boastful. Usually they take seats toward the back of rooms. Sometimes an invisible person shows up when least expected but slips into a crowd and is not noticed for what he or she does.
You may have missed seeing an invisible person as you rushed rudely toward a department store door to buy that last sale item on the shelve. The door was not automatic but someone did open it for you. Then there was the time on the grocery store parking lot when you shoved your empty cart up next to the vehicle next to you without taking it to its proper place. As you backed out of your parking spot, if you had noticed, the cart was being rolled over to the proper place by a quiet stepping, courteous, caring invisible person.
An invisible person is well liked by others but is very seldom mentioned. They do not put on a facade or show but instead add a feeling of peace to most situations. You might not hear from the invisible person for years. Then one day when you are in need, they are there sitting by your hospital bedside. They are not afraid to touch your hand or give you a loving warm smile filled with encouragement. Their voice is usually soft and gentle like a spring breeze in the morning fresh air.
Invisible people are non-judgmental and excellent listeners. They do not interrupt and are sincerely interested in what you have to say. Some have high educational degrees while others may have only attended a few years of school. Their educational degree matters very little because both types of invisible people have so much that they contribute to the world in their own ways. They are not self seeking. They do not argue and even though their opinions count, it is not important to them to prove that they are right. They have a way of carrying themselves with dignity, respect and purpose. Even in the most stressful of situations, invisible people appear to be at ease. Their looks and gentle words can sooth the most hurting soul. They come in all sizes, colors, and backgrounds. None of this is an issue to them. They view the world as a gift with each small accomplishment looked upon as a stepping stone in their journey of life.
It is as though they have a special connection with nature. Critters scurry around them without a care in the world as the invisible person takes a leisurely walk in a park or woods. They have a special appreciate for color, cloud formations, and natural beauty. They appear to be at peace with the world and what is around them even on the darkest of days. They can be content alone or in a crowd but prefer to not be seen. It is as though they have a sixth sense and know how to share a gentle smile just when you need it the most; that is of course if you choose to slow down long enough not to miss it.
Invisible people are truly humble and understand the meaning of love. They face fear head on quietly with an attitude of acceptance and peace within. Invisible people make exceptional friends because they allow you to be your own person and love you just as you are. So many times though, they go unnoticed because of the chaos and selfishness ways of the world.
Invisible people are really not invisible. We just need to slow down, appreciate, respect each other and take the time needed to clear our hearts, eyes and ears to allow the invisible people to impact the way we live in society today. Stop and think about it. Has your life become so complicated that you missed the opportunity to see and feel the presence of an invisible person today?