Recognizing and acknowledging the power I have and powers I want to have are the keys to making real change

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Just having passed a power station, it struck me that I feel powerful. I have no problem describing myself as strong, but do not generally identify with power. That needs to change.

https://anotherf-kingcancerblog.com/2022/02/07/journals-may-2015

I identified her story as my story

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A year ago I would not ever think my feelings or portrayal of her would ever change. In fact, I went on a limb calling her retreat as being the single most life changing event in self discovery, I had ever experienced. When actually, the discovery was, it wasn’t a discovery after all. It was a desperation of belonging and willingness to believe her words had more power than mine. It was an agenda with a fluffed up version of Christianity that was to fit the needs of idolizing thy self. Honestly, I kept feeling this truth often, and pushing it aside.

http://www.seekingup.com/2020/11/20/true-love-stays-facade-love-can-be-left-in-a-box-to-the-left