Remember, the lure of the familiar is much more enticing than the imagined perils of growing to a new reality and a more accurate perception of yourself as a perfect extension of the love of God.
So, go ahead and make mistakes. Admit them to yourself and other people, allow others the room they need to make their own blunders, and get on with learning the lessons that the mistakes have been brought into your life to learn.
Remember, you are not a mistake. God doesn’t make mistakes.
Take a minute to think about where you are right now, this very monment. Consider whether or not you are right where you are supposed to be. Ask yourself the question. I mean, really ask. If you truly search inside, and give yourself permission to listen to the truth that emanates from your heart and soul, the answer will be yes. You are right where you are supposed to be, doing exactly what you are supposed to be doing, this very moment.
I threw my family into the middle of the room. I realized that if I did not maintain my relationship with God, I wouldn’t have anything.
What if you knew, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that you are already the person that God originally intended for you to be, and all you have to do is remember that one thing?