What a dark web we weave when we take no notice of the damaged soul we care not to nurture when we are not real about ourselves or our flaws. When we ignore our purpose and grasp on to others, I often wonder how well we would be able to help each other as a generation operating in our calling.
In the past two years, I have been this odd, yet unregretted, open book. Now, this is a challenge for many, and that is entirely understandable. I am far from perfect, yet I am always progressing. See there is a massive difference in accepting the sin, the brokenness and struggles versus acknowledging it and still fighting it. We often worry about more of how we package our flaws more than we are searching for a place to release it.
I don’t know sisters…
Today I may be rambling nevertheless at the same time I may be helping someone see that you can’t keep pretending to be something you aren’t because after while your slip will show. Sadly to say, those who love the fake you will never enjoy the real you. Its simple it’s the law of attraction people are attracted to people just like them some may shy away from people like them because it reminds them of who they are inside.
Losing people may be your fear, but if you don't allow that to cause you to lose your focus, you will come to find that it is much more freeing. Freeing to be who you were designed to be an original. We have to begin to evaluate our souls daily, weekly as to who we are meant to be versus the version of we who we are creating ourselves to be.
Fried chicken or a fried soul. Fried soul meaning your destiny is being consumed by all the things you do that isn’t your purpose, the fried chicken metaphor of choosing what tastes (looks) good but isn’t always right for you. I leave you with these words.
Trust me, sisters I am on this journey with, I ask myself daily is this what I am supposed to be doing or have I based my calling off what someone else is doing or something that distracted me along the way to my destiny.