At the rainbow’s end
We always notice this man on crutches in Talamban area scavenging for plastic scraps likely to be sold to junk shops. His hardened muscles show that he has been doing it for a long time possibly to support a family. He never let his disability dissuade him from working no matter how dangerous the roads he is going to traverse and how meager the income is. He is not using his physical disability to beg on the streets. He is not asking for our pity because he understands we have our fair share of burdens too. He just toils and keeps on walking one single step at a time.
Either you will find a way or find an excuse, we have the choice. We have our own struggles either mental or physical but no matter how insurmountable the odds may seem and how chaotic the path is, we just keep on walking. Ultimately, it will no longer matter as there are no roads at the rainbow’s end where we are all going.