Do you ever feel like you’re not who you want to be?
Who you’re supposed to be?
As if you’re called to make changes to how you’re living, but you can’t?
You might feel apprehensive about the idea of change.
Like you’ll be judged or criticized.
Like you’ll let people down.
Or miss who you were before.
Perhaps you’re worried that you’ll fail.
That you’ll try to make a change, but slide back to old habits.
None of these ideas are pleasant.
Sure, they’re possible.
But they’re not definite.
Even if they happen, so what?
Can you not dust yourself off and try again?
What of the criticism?
What role do the critics play in your new life?
Just how much will who you become care?
What if you let them go?
What kind of life awaits you?
Free from what’s holding you back now?
Who you were.
Who you’ve been.
These are not who you are.
You can always change.
Always let go of the habits that aren’t serving you.
The thoughts that aren’t serving you.
Even the people.
You are only who you are.
You will be only who you choose to be.
Be that person.
If you struggle.
If you backstep.
If you stumble.
Who you are meant to be awaits.
It might not be easy.
It probably won’t be.
But it will be worth it.
You are worthy.
You’ve got this.