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Communicating my purpose

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This morning I am sitting here listening to the birds. They can make some interesting noises if you pay attention. These crows not only use their voices to communicate but they are also flapping their wings in a specific pattern that compliments their vocal sounds.

I find myself quite curious to know what they are saying to each other. It is fascinating to think about how the rollercoaster of human emotion does not plague these crows, but I know their communication has a purpose and significance. They use it for many reasons, including as a warning system or to find companionship.

This topic of communication purpose leads me to think about why I feel compelled to share my stories through this blog. That answer took a long time to become evident due to the busyness of my mind and my other responsibilities. I understand it perfectly now.

During this time of turbulence and radical change, I have seen so many people so hurting and broken. I have also seen hate and anger being used as a defense mechanism because the pain we feel is so raw and overwhelming. However, I have also witnessed genuine moments of hope, joy, love, and tenderness. The positive emotions and stories are what I want to share. I desire to inspire people by sharing genuine experiences and positive realizations.

We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope. ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.

We all face discouragement and tragedy in our lives. No one can avoid the struggles of life, but we were never meant to do it alone. I have witnessed how resilient people can be. I have heard the hope in their souls. We are strong and scrappy when we want to be, but we can also fall victim to worthlessness and fear. That is where I want to meet you. I have been a victim and come out fighting on the other side. There is hope in that, and I want to share it with you.

How have you been able to overcome your struggles? Have you been able to find hope in the middle of your mess? I would love to hear your story. Please share a comment or send me an email.

Thank you for reading!