The truth is, I can’t be both wise and prideful. If I value wisdom, it’s only natural for me to embrace humility.
Guilt and shame often get confused for one another but they couldn’t be more different.
As uncomfortable as it can be, community is a vital part of our healing process.
I believe the basis of many good conversations comes from asking good questions.
I’m figuring out how to let God be my protector instead of trying to protect myself. I’m removing my RBF mask.
We’re not called to live in the victim mentality but we are made to live as beloved children of God!
There’s a time for giving advice.
There’s also a time for being present.
And it’s our job to know what time it is and respond accordingly.
I encourage you to reach out to your community and keep that lifeline of relationship in tact when it’s easier to focus on processes and task lists.