This, Dear Hearts, is a question that each must ask of themselves. With experience and time this question will garner many different answers. However, Dear Ones, the purpose of this question is to ascertain an understanding of yourself throughout your life. Only with this understanding will you be able to direct your life appropriately. We shall explain:
As a youth our dearest Carolyn thought of herself as an athlete; this being where she excelled and gained standing and admiration. As our dearest matured into adulthood, and with the advent of a child, her daughter, she thought of herself as a good mother, albeit a turbulent period in her life. Then came the purpose for which her soul entered the Earth fantasy. With this change came security in the form of friendship and comradery with like minded souls.
As you can appreciate from this short synopsis, the understanding one has in regard one’s own answer to the question – ‘who am I?’, will change according to the life lived.
Can we say, dearest, that appreciating the understanding gleaned from this introspection, is of value?
Yes, I believe we can say that.
In what manner, dearest?
Without this introspective analysis, and there have been times in my life when I haven’t had an appreciation of my status, so to speak; I have been as flotsam and jetsam afloat without a rudder.
Well said, dearest. And this is the purpose of our writing. Indeed, without an appreciation of one’s own standing, or lack of it; there is little by which to gauge the direction of one’s life.
Can you say, dearest, that you appreciate who you are, together with the projection expected from this knowledge?
Yes, I can absolutely and unequivocally say I appreciate the expected projection of my life because of this introspection.
Can you say, dearest, that you are happy and content with this knowledge?
Yes, I can say that I am happy and content with this knowledge. It wasn’t until my early thirties, when I became cognizant of my spiritual life, that I began to feel that, at last, my life had true purpose. It was then that my life started to make sense and take shape, so to speak.
It ‘took shape’, dearest?
Yes; by that I mean: Until my purpose in life stared me in the face, that being a life intermingling, as it were, with spirit; I had no definite direction or balance to centre me.
You are saying, dearest, that your purpose in life, once known, brought direction and balance to your life.
Yes, this is absolutely what it is I am saying.
Many Blessings, Dearest. Many Blessings to All
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