I’m not perfect. this isn’t an excuse or a crutch. It’s my new reality.
My reactions aren’t what they should be initially, but no matter what I make it right at the end of the day whether right or wrong.
My patience …what patience? I’m still working on that #praymystrength
My scars… literally and emotionally are still here, but oh I always know I will end up being okay, its coming. they won’t be here forever.
I can be sensitive..things easily can get to me but I never give up, no one can change what I believe PERIODT. I keep enduring the best way I know how.
Okay Quanay what’s this?…..Sometimes as christians especially those who come from very religious foundations, we tend to put too much pressure on ourselves to be this …person that crosses every T thrown at them, that never falls or makes a mistake and if you do, you try your best make sure NO ONE KNOWS. Now, although there are somethings that ….you know…shouldn’t…….be…right! we as humans are gonna make mistakes.We will have moments of falling into low places. We have flaws. If we didn’t then, what is this even about then? why did Jesus even have to come? what is faith really about then?? he knew we couldn’t be perfect especially on OUR OWN. We are made “perfect” (the ability to make the effort to do the right thing) through our imperfections…meaning that if we come to God through Jesus Christ admitting our faults, our flaws, what we know we need help with changing HE IS ABLE to produce that change. Change doesn’t come over night. So, I am okay with being flawed I am even okay with being transparent enough to admit those flaws however, I plan on continuing to work on the things that I need to change for the better and realizing that its okay, its a process we have to trust the process but not use that as a excuse to be doing whatever whenever. Also celebrate the changes you have made! don’t boast now, but be grateful for what God is doing. I see what he is doing for me…I see little things changing that probably will eventually create a whole new image of myself which I do look forward to.As I said before, it’s a constant fight but the good thing is …you’re not fighting alone.