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Will the Real Me Please Stand Up

06 April 2015 Written by 

A friend of mine recently posted on her Facebook that when she is tired, hungry, etc. this would not cause her to be something she is not, but merely reveal the truth of who she really is inside that she manages to keep hidden most of the time.

This used to be my own belief – but no longer holds truth for me. I now believe that I was formed in the image of the Divine and that I am a mighty person in the making. I may not yet be what I hope to be, but I’m not what I used to be. Each day, one lesson at a time, I am being transformed and am moving forward toward the person the Divine created me to be.

In the heart of the Divine, I was “imagined” and then fully formed – gifted with unique and beautiful aspects of personality that reflect the Divine from whence I came. The “real” me continues to remind me of the person I am becoming. Having a setback in my behavior is only an opportunity for new growth and a push toward becoming that whom I am destined to be.

I will not “nurse, curse, and rehearse” my set-backs, I will use them as a tool for a come-back!

Content Originally Published By: Amy T. @ Blogspot.com

 

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Amy T.

Raised on a dairy farm in upstate NY, I learned to work hard along with my five siblings. I grew up in a very conservative Mennonite-Amish church which shaped a lot of my fundamental core values and beliefs. After moving to Florida to attend college, I married and became mother to five children. Eventually, my unmanageable life came to a crashing halt and I found my way into an Al-Anon recovery program. Recovery has affected every area of my life and I love sharing the things I am learning with others so that they might also find hope for their own recovery.
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