WHO ARE YOU REALLY?





The Secrets to Discovering Your Divine Design





When I was a little girl, I really didn’t know what I wanted to be when I grow up. I remember sitting on my front porch designing and creating my own paper dolls. When I wasn’t creating, I was reading first aid and medical books. And when I wasn’t doing that, you would find me talking to strangers. And I do mean, TALKING TO STRANGERS! This became a hobby of mine.

Every summer vacation, I followed the mailman on his walking route with my bicycle. My goal was to meet and talk with all the interesting people on his route. Click here to continue reading.

Fast forward to high school. I remember sitting in the office of my high school guidance counselor. We discussed my future aspirations and desires. To be honest, I had some ideas but as I talked these dreams were quickly squashed. “You really aren’t college material, there’s no need to take any more Math” he replied. “But if you insist on college, why don’t you look into liberal arts. But better yet, have you ever considered finding a husband and getting married? You would make a good mom.”


I’m so glad my future wasn’t decided by someone who didn’t take the time to explore who I really was. I was creative - A Lover of People with a love for learning (especially health). Most of all, I HATED to be told that I couldn’t do something! I went to college, took Calculus and got a B+ (just to prove my guidance counselor wrong).


But sadly, it wasn’t until many years later that I began exploring who I really was and what I was designed to do.


The key to discovering God’s plan for your life is to discover what God-given gifts, talents, and passions you’ve been blessed with.


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