Who Are You?

November 24, 2013

in the generous life

I’ve been reading and discussing Emotionally Healthy Spirituality with a group of friends. The last time we were together these sentences jumped off the page at me.

The vast majority of us go to our graves without knowing who we are. We unconsciously live someone else’s life, or at least someone else’s expectations for us. This does violence to ourselves, our relationship with God, and ultimately to others.  p. 66

This has spun off in a number of discussions with that group and with others during the week.

How has God designed us individually?
What are the passions God has placed in our hearts?
What do we need to say no to? Yes to?

whatCertainly these questions are pretty good questions to ask ourselves and to discuss with our husbands.

How can we encourage our spouse?
How can we help each other pursue our dreams?
How can we support each other in our pursuit of living authentically?

Another Great Resource: What is Your What: Discover The One Amazing Thing You Were Born To Do by Steve Olsher.

The person born with a talent they are meant to use will find their greatest happiness in using it. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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