I am a Person Who: A Challenge

I am a Person WhoA Challenge for my readers:

Complete this phrase: I am a person who _______________________________.

Yesterday was my birthday. The perfect opportunity to reflect upon who I am as a person.

This isn’t an easy concept.

In the past, I allowed others to dictate who I was and how I felt. I lost myself.

Today, I find strength in understanding who I am. I gain inspiration, courage, and confidence from within. I continue learning everyday.

Humans are constantly transforming. We receive feedback from peers, family, and social media daily. We have more access to information than ever before. We are constantly connected. We are constantly busy.

It’s easy to lose focus of our true selves.

How long has it been since you sat down and asked yourself, Who am I?

On my 27th birthday, I am a women who…

  1. Loves the outdoors
  2. Cries when she is happy or sad
  3. Embraces her attention seeking patterns
  4. Leads
  5. Doesn’t mind following either
  6. Wants to see the world
  7. Learned to advocate for herself
  8. Can’t stop dancing
  9. Appreciates captured moments
  10. Climbs mountains
  11. Is not afraid to dream
  12. Struggles to turn dreams into reality
  13. Never stops trying
  14. Gets overwhelmed quickly
  15. Watches bulldog videos for hours
  16. Cares for others
  17. Does yoga
  18. Prays
  19. Needs to be reminded to stop complaining
  20. Just needs to laugh
  21. Hates debating
  22. Has a hard time expressing her emotions in the moment
  23. Loves hearing people’s stories
  24. Is afraid of the unknown
  25. Appreciates true friendships
  26. Loves beautiful things
  27. Deserves to let her light shine.

Fireflies Aren’t Meant to Live in Jars.

Please leave a comment: I am a Man/Woman who______.

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5 thoughts on “I am a Person Who: A Challenge

  1. Erin says:

    I had to stop and think about this one. Like you listed, I had several things running through my mind. Unfortunately, due to sleep deprivation, many of them were negative. Or at least not as encouraging as I would like to think that I think of myself. Ha ha What I finally settled on as the most accurate and truthful statement is:
    I am a woman who is a complete wreck without Christ.
    I’m not trying to be preachy, but I’ve realized as I’ve gotten older that God is a crutch I truly need. When I lean on him, I do alright. When I try to do it on my own, I get in over my head real quick!

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