It’s a balancing act between taking a fearless moral inventory and yet not becoming mired down by my own character defects. It can be distressing when I take that deep look at myself and see all the ways I come up short. So why do it?
The other half of this process asks me to find my true authentic self, the one that was there from the very beginning, birthed from Love itself. Who was that person? Who am I apart from the scars and wounds of life? Who was I created to be in the first place? This process calls to me to discover the answer to these questions.
Part of the process of life is the rediscovery of that original being that I was created to be – in all the original beauty without the blemishes. Can I imagine such a person? Can I imagine myself without my character flaws? Can I embrace and lean forward into the being that I will become?
My intention is to learn to love more fully. I need to acknowledge my weaknesses, but not live there.
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