Tell Me Your Story

Princess Nettle Weaver, 2014. Art by me. πŸ™‚

Sometimes we ask ourselves…

Why are some stories easier than others?
Better written than others?
Why are stories not fair in general?

Countless times we tend to beat ourselves then, punch a wall or try to avoid at all costs. Yet, the inevitable happens. It will still happen and will be a part of it. At the end of the day, everything written by the hands of something great and divine. Which gets rewritten, erased or completely changed.

Each story is different. In life, each tells a personal story about winning and losing, joy and pain, love and loss, destruction and discovery.

Everyone is given what they can handle. At times though, we think we can’t handle it. The stories of our lives can drive us a bit crazy (sometimes) with an intense attachment or if you’re in constant question with the situation.

Part of the reason we’ve got stories to share is that God wants us to know that his love is constant and unconditional.

That’s why we’ve been given free will. We take risks, we try and sometimes make mistakes. These are lessons to be learned, where we through grace overcome our fears and taking that first step into that undiscovered territory which could be at something out of your comfort zone. As long, as you take a bit of faith along in your journey.

Discovering peace within loneliness is when endure these times. When you know God is with you. What you cannot explain yet you trust in Him everything will be alright. With these moments, you are able to hear His message to you. πŸ™‚

Definitely there is that liberating feeling and sense of empowerment in becoming a light to others by sharing your stories. May they be big or little.

Change destiny. Live your free will. Tell your story.


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