Stop Wearing a Mask – You Are Enough
How many times have you wore a mask to fit in with the crowd? How often do you pretend to be something your not just because that is what people are expecting?
That was me. That’s what I was doing in the beginning of my journey with this new knowledge. I felt like I had to change who I was and become something foreign to me. I was wearing a mask.
This mask was a prison for my soul.
It was a prison for my passion and it was a shackle for my authenticity. I wasn’t being real. It wasn’t being me. I wasn’t fitting in even though I was trying to fit it. But I could never fit in because I wasn’t happy being fake.
This was a big challenge. It was a big hurdle.