What made Rudolph different from the herd drew him to a unique place of service. Rudolph’s gift empowered him to fulfill what none of the other reindeer could hope to do. What made Rudolph different equipped him to be of maximum service to Santa, to his fellow reindeer and as the song infers, too many boys and girls.
Because I allowed the herd to define my self-worth, self-esteem, and value — for many years — I remained in a state of confusion. I had no idea who I really was, nor how my life mattered. My confusion perpetuated my dis-ease. I remained in this state of confusion until — through my recovery process — I had a spiritual awakening.
My spiritual awakening revealed to me that I could no longer afford to be distracted by what the herd could not understand or accept. My spiritual awakening revealed that I could no longer wait for the herd to recognize or validate my vision and mission.
My confusion turned into clarity when I realized that I no longer had to make excuses for being who I am. My confusion turned into clarity when I made the decision to stay committed to my mission and vision — regardless of how the herd or members of the herd chose to react or respond to me.
My confusion turned into clarity when I realized that I could trust a loving God to use me because of what makes me different. My confusion turned into clarity when I realized that I am equipped to be of maximum service to the God of my understanding, to the herd and to many individuals who are not accepted by the herd – because of what makes them different.
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