Now I don’t. I believe in myself.
I do see that my levels of emotional courage and integrity, my life wisdom, my capacity for insight into myself and humanity at large, is way deeper than your average person.
This doesn’t make me better than anyone, I know I’m not. It is purely because of my life and it is my courage and willingness to grow, learn, listen, educate myself and my spiritual growth occurring at the same time, which I have been told is beyond where most people’s will be.
I do see clearly how I have different strengths and weaknesses to your average person within the society I live. And I am thankful.
People have loved to put me down all my life. And I allowed this, because I believed I deserved it. I had no self worth, following decades of abuse.
That is changing. I am healing. Continue reading