But what if you remembered your path?
This brings up a tangled ball of religious implications. But I'm not talking religion. I'm talking about what we are meant to do with our lives. For example, I may have been baptized a catholic, but I don't practice Catholicism.
The concept of remembering your path is simple: You feel it deep down in your soul... something is missing. You are drawn again and again to a memory, a feeling, that you should be doing something different, but you don't know what. And this is where we all get stuck, "I don't know what I'm supposed to be doing". That very statement proves that the answer is within you, and in some cases all around you.
What I've done here, is dissected myself in such a way that there is no room for interpretation; brutal honesty hangs on the edges of my words throughout. I call myself out. I admit my shortcomings. I admit I don't know everything. I admit I can't know everything, even though I give it all I've got. God lives within me. God is my partner. This doesn't mean I'm privy to knowing all. And I challenge you. I challenge you to call yourself out. But are you ready? Don't worry, I give you a few chances to bow out gracefully in the beginning of this novella!
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.34(d)|
About the Author
A native New Mexican, Sandi enjoys the outdoors, taking her two furry children on long walks, hiking, and exploring the magical places in New Mexico.
In addition, Sandi gives free 15-minute intuitive readings to those caring humans, who donate over $20 to animal rescue organizations.