Who Are You?


“The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of the depths. These persons have an appreciation, a sensitivity, and an understanding of life that fills them with compassion, gentleness, and a deep loving concern. Beautiful people do not just happen.”

Discovering the true meaning of your purpose, the definitive elements of what sums you up to look in the mirror and dare to ask “who are you?” It’s a very bold and to the point question, but one that can take time to fully have an answer.

Not knowing what your intentions are can lead to many inconsistent downward spirals when things start to get overwhelming. You can feel suffocated within your mind, and never seem to catch yourself before tripping over invisible fences.

These scenarios have run it’s course over and over yet they still reign supreme because you’ve never fully absorbed your mind body and spirit. You’ve tried to do things right, but always fall a little short due to the fact that you’ve never truly looked what’s beneath the surface.

Just because you add positive elements to your daily tasks, does not mean you all of a sudden are a different person. We will always be who we are, but without the tools and foundation needed to withstand any storm, we will always sail off into the ocean without direction, without paddles, without food.

Until you truly challenge yourself on the deepest of levels, you’ll never awaken the value of how you’re perceived, or more how you want to be perceived. These challenges must come from the voice of someone who refuses to see you continue down the path you’ve been on for years.

You’ve dropped your arms, dropped your shield and walk in with a vulnerability to fully comprehend your true meaning as a person. All of the keys to a balanced beautiful life are aligned, but because your mind is unsure of it’s direction, you must work on these setbacks to make the biggest leap forward.

Some people may say that you’re too hard on yourself, and that you don’t need all of these “guru’s” working to help you understand who you are. But these are the voices of the stubborn, and not the voices you need to hear.

Forget the fears and embrace the chaos that is the journey in which we discover what’s truly lying beneath, waiting to be explored.




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