I went back to the church that has held wonderful memories, to the church in which I first acknowledged my need for a love no man could provide. As I allowed myself to sing and be present, I let myself be real. There was a point on humility. I don't really remembered where He said He got the definition, but I'm poaching it. Humility is accepting who you really, really are. You want to cut like a knife, a razor blade. That was a steep, but quick cut.
Accepting who I really am.
I eat for fuel, not for enjoyment. Saw this in a magazine, and I got it.
Accepting life for me means no instant gratification.
I am good at being bitter, but not showing it.
Christ saved me on my date of profession of faith, but He saves me every day.
Life takes work.
If I live the Ephesians 4 life, this is what it comes to.
When you allow God to be in you, the world can change, because you have.
I'm not Gandhi, Aristotle or anyone else, I'm me.