The Power of Labels: Who are you

Hello.

My name is Natasha Jackson. I am 26 years old. I am a clinical psychiatric social worker, a daughter, a sister, a niece, a cousin, an aunt, a friend, a lover and a woman of God.

Of all those labels, none matter as much as the very last one.

We are focused on all that we have to be instead of all that God wants us to be. In my case, I am highly focused on what I am not compared to what I wish to be.

Consider this: Rene Descartes stated “Cogito ergo sum” simply translated “I think therefore I am.”

It was intended to prove a theory of knowledge; however, I believe it means something totally different. To repent means to change ones mind or thinking.

To change your mind, you have to change your heart. To change your heart, you have to change your action.

Greatness is an effort. Think great and you will be great, no matter the labels you or others place on yourself.

 

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