When Kim Kardashian was robbed in Paris, she wasn’t the only member of the famous family abroad. Sisters Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall Jenner were also in town, along with mom Kris Jenner. Of that group, though, Kourtney is the first to get back on social media with a simple tweet that alludes to how she’s feeling about and coping with what transpired in Paris.
On Wednesday evening, Kourtney tweeted out a photo of a passage from a devotional book, along with the emoji of a pair of praying hands. The passage reads, in part:
“Remember that joy is not dependent on your circumstances. Some of the world’s most miserable people are those whose circumstances seem the most enviable. People who reach the top of the ladder career-wise are often surprised to find emptiness awaiting them. True Joy is a by-product of living in My Presence. Therefore you can experience it in palaces, in prisons…anywhere.”
The tweet also contains a verse from the Hebrew Bible prophet Habakkuk, which speaks about finding strength in God. “Though the fig tree does not bud … The sovereign Lord is my strength; he makes my feet like the feet of a deer, he enables me to go on the heights,” it reads.
Kourtney isn’t necessarily the first to break the social-media spell the Kardashian family has been under since the robbery took place. Earlier this week, Caitlyn Jenner made a misstep with an initial post that didn’t reference the robbery, though she followed that with another post expressing her relief that Kim is safe. On Wednesday, Kylie Jenner also shared a throwback sexy photo of herself on Instagram. But Kourtney’s photo, devoid of any direct commentary, is perhaps the most telling about where her mind and heart are, at the moment. And, judging from the verses she shared, Kim’s robbery in Paris has Kourtney reflecting on the bigger things in life.