Remember that you are the ONLY version of you that this planet gets. Even twins have a birth time distinction between them.
When I was a child, I used to compare myself to my peers. I never thought I was pretty. I never thought I was cute. I didn't like my clothes. The only thing I felt that was "normal" about me was my long hair. That feeling lasted well into my early teens.
I remember going on what I called a quest for knowledge in my late teens. I read and studied and learned things. If I wouldn't be beautiful, at least I would continue to be smart. I've always been outspoken. I've always been opinionated. But I've also always struggled with finding my place in this world.
It wasn't until the last 3-5 years that I figured out a lot of what I am supposed to be doing. When I find myself questioning whether or not I'm good enough today, I think about how close I am to my gifts. Am I nurturing them? Am I ignoring them? I wasn't put on this planet to be like everybody else. I was put here to be ME
I'm Ellen Gee. When I'm honest, we learn things. When I'm not, we learn things too.
Capturing the Past