We live in such a diverse world with so many views, ideas, and ways of understanding things. It’s what has made us so unique, and yet, sometimes seemingly complicated. We have seen huge crops of views coming up in our world just in the political arena alone. Don’t worry, I’m not going there!
I feel often our beliefs and ideas can get complicated to the point where we really need to do some soul searching or excavating to find the real person we are inside, and the truth we hold. Having our own truth is our God given gift, our human right, and universal choice. How could we possibly fit together to create the beautiful portrait of God that we are when we are one with each other if we don’t allow ourselves to be as God intended?
We are a masterpiece and together we create a greater masterpiece! It’s easy to allow the opinions of others sway us from our true purpose, our personal truth, or our private walk with God. So many opinions, so little time! What I want to really impress in this post is to be yourself; your true self, with no apology. When we are all willing to do this we are more of a gift to one another than to conform to others opinions. That only confuses us.
If you feel confused about your purpose, your truth, or where you fit in the divine scheme of things, then maybe you are trying to conform to someone else’s image and not God’s. Taking on the ego of another will not fulfill your purpose in life. Taking on the divine choice God has given you will complete your purpose!
So, where do you start? Love yourself. Love everything God has created you to be. Love God within you and all that has been created around you, even when things seem hard to love. Your reflection in the mirror will change automatically when you remember to love what God gave you without apology and without diverting. We will all see eventually how things were intended to be designed. When things all work together the right way they will work out!
I think we have a time of celebration coming! What do you think?
Loving you from here,
Dr. Jenine Marie Howry