Writing is my passion. I have an undying thirst and quest in the field of writing. Some eat, smoke, drink or use drugs when stressed, I writ
It’s hard to prevent the mind from resistance to think; the brain is like a garden, and our thoughts are like the seed. As it keeps growing, you can use the power of your mind to focus on what you desire to arise from it. A person can choose what sprouts out.
Some may wish to allow weeds to germinate. Me, I planted and grew flowers because I am a woman who understands life not meant to understand, but it intends to live. We must look at life from this spiritual perspective, and it just likes the plants in a garden. Your life becomes letting things happen and grow naturally.
To learn and know your true identity, sometimes you have to ask yourself, ‘Who am I?’ This question - asked so often - it’s a question everyone at some point will ask themselves. People who ask this question are usually struggling with their identity, and when they don’t know the answer to the question, they are creating new identities and are searching for a core sense of status. How do you answer the question, “Who am I? “It’s not a suitable answer to this question, but I know who I am.
I am who I am, like me, love me, take me, or leave me, but I am a sincere friend to the end who asks for nothing in return. Although there are two things I require of my friends, don’t hurt or use me. I am immune to negative energy, allergic to nonsense, and only receptive tips that serve as my greatest asset. I am human; I am far from perfect, but I am expanding, and my heart is pure. I’ve made many mistakes in my life, but I love everything I have, and I am happy to be me.
I fall, I rise, I make mistakes, I live, and someone has hurt me, but I overcome, and I am alive. I am human; I am not perfect, but I am thankful. I’ve made wise decisions and poor decisions, I’ve made excellent choices and some that were wrong, but I am honest, loving, and happy, I have confidence; I have faith, and I am me, and that is what powerful women do.
Sometimes, I talked when I should listen; however, I’ve learned to know when to speak and when to be quiet. I never try to be anything that I am not, and I am not here to impress anyone. Who am I? I am me, discovering me on my journey.
I am my mother’s daughter. The image of who she was and how she raised me: to strive, to fight, to stand firm, and if I fall to get back up and bounce back from the powerful impact. My mother is and always will be my biggest fan, and I am proud to say that she was somebody dear to me, unique and strong. I’ve got friends that I know where they stand when I need anything, and they know just where I stand whenever anything goes wrong with them.
So when I make a mistake, they know just how to help me understand that nothing can change who I am. It is all a part of who I am because I am happy to be me, and nothing can change who I am. I am still discovering me; I am me on my journey. I am a one-in-a-million type of intelligent young lady, the person who comes once in a lifetime.
I am loyal to friends and family; they know I will be here available until the end. I do not fear the enemy, even when they desire to defeat me. I endure and stay strong and overcome. I learn how to laugh, even when I am crying inside. The smile on my face is my pick-me-up. Some people want more than what they have, and others think they are getting less. I like my friends, family, and what I have is who I am, and I am me, discovering me on my journey.
If I could go back in time and change my life, I would not change a thing because I gained knowledge from being me and all my mistakes. Because life’s experience gave me the ability to be the best of who I am. I am happy; I accept Christ in my life, and I am who I am. Some people are the best at what they do, some are average, and others are just getting by. However, none of them is, or ever can be me. I am one of a kind. So I never compare myself to other people. I cannot be them, and they cannot be me. That is who I am. I am just me, discovering me on my journey.
I can be me and only me; I do not be anyone else. I stand firm and walk in the truth, no more, no less. I do not wonder or have any second guesses about who I am. I know who I am. I know how to love, laugh, live, and cry at the right time. I try to be what I reveal every day from the beginning to the end.
Life taught me to strive not because there’s a guarantee of success but because the act of striving is the only way to keep the faith and continue to live. I was born and raised to be who I am, a daughter of Sarah, a child of God, one of a kind. I am what you see every day; that is who I am if you care to know my name. It is Pamela Morris, and I am a child of the highest God.
Being a female is a matter of birth but being a lady is a matter of choice
Who Am I Lyrics (Annie 2014)
© 2015 Pam Morris
Mackenzie on August 26, 2020:
I'm proud that I am me