There is a saying, to see the brightest light, make sure you are in pitch darkness. I believe we all go through horrendous times, and these times are much easier when we have someone to go through them with.
I am a Lightwriter, me. It took me a long time to take ownership of this simple task. You would think someone asked me to stand up in front of the class and recite the Gettysburg address from memory in my underwear. I was so afraid to put pen to paper, and now I have no idea why. Why was I so reluctant to admit it?
A new era is upon us, one in which we share our wisdom, our mistakes, and our attention to things that could make our life more complicated or easier. It is time to be honest. It is time to be a true light, not hidden in the shadows, but shining brightly. It is time to be a voice that stands for the bullied, the downtrodden, to stand for truth and justice, to be a true Lightwriter. There are many of us, I am but one. Are you one too?
I started writing to share my journey on a daily basis because I felt invisible and alone. The more I wrote, the more I seem to connect with others, finding out I am not the only one with some of these crazy challenges, knowing in my heart I am a daughter of the King, who is both a child at heart and a warrior in battle. It is hard many times to keep the child part pure and innocent and unstained by the warfare. This blog is my journey in trying to do this, knowing in myself I cannot, but with the help of my Father I can. He loves you and I the most. He is the IAM.