My confusion turned into clarity when I realized that my being different equipped me to be of maximum service to a Loving God, to the herd and too many other people.
In your experience, you may have found that – as Rudolph and I have discovered – there is something that makes you different. Consequently, you may find that the herd chooses to laugh at you, call you names and exclude you from activities and games.
You — like I have — may find yourself internalizing the herd’s scorn as reality. In the process, you may find yourself buying into a lie. The lie may tell you that what you have to offer is of little value, worth and significance.
Through my recovery process, I discovered that the lie I was in fact, a lie. I then discovered that the truth of the matter was the direct opposite of what the lie was telling me. What makes you and I different also makes you and me of infinite value, worth and significance.
What makes you and I different empowers and equips you and I to be of maximum service to a loving God, to members of the herd, and too many other people.
Please read Part 5 for context. Thank you.
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