Where Do I Start With Finding Myself?

Updated: Jun 2, 2020

Welcome! If you found yourself reading this blog, it is surely not by accident. Something (or should I say someone) brought you here. As a reader, you've got questions, and as a blogger/writer, we've got the right answers, so let's start. Listen, life, and I surely don't mean to sound factious, is quite simple. I know this because I have taken too many wrong turns along the way, but I finally walked upon who I was. See, I found out that finding yourself or finding where to start with finding yourself wasn't necessary about [quickly] jumping on some lifelong journey and walking it out; it's also about identifying that right person or persons who should be traveling along with you. I'm saying that wisdom is a great traveling companion, especially when you're searching to find yourself. Wisdom knows where to start and when to start. It was wisdom that brought you here today. Let me explain to you how powerful wisdom is. See wisdom has been around for thousands of years. Remarkably, over my 30 plus of international travel, I have not crossed paths with any nationality, religion, ethnic group, or culture that does not speak highly of wisdom. Wisdom is not racist, prejudice, or bias. It will help anyone if they ask. Wisdom has saved my life on numerous occasions because it told me the truth about myself and others. Wisdom wanted nothing in return from me, but to see me succeed, and it wants the same for you. So here's where you get started on your journey [with wisdom]...to find yourself: (1) Write down at least five questions that you want wisdom to help you answer. (2) Present one question at a time to wisdom, and most importantly expect wisdom to bring you the answer. (3) Try not to set a time that you want a response, but instead, allow wisdom to set the time, and please reframe from sharing your questions with others. You'll be surprised at how wisdom brings answers—through situations and relationships—even without you asking [others]. (4) Most importantly, do not look for the answer yourself. The only thing that you're looking for is wisdom to return the answer to you. Your only job is to keep walking and to keep expecting wisdom to help you. Lastly, do not worry because wisdom will return with your answer. It may not be the answer that you want, but it will be the truth. There is a bible verse that says: "Do not forsake wisdom, and she will protect you, love her, and she will watch over you. The beginning of wisdom is this: Get wisdom. Though it cost all you have, get understanding." [Proverb 4:6,7] Safe travels to you and wisdom…. Stay hopeful!

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