The probably most important step in personal growth is the understanding of its purpose.
Because it’s not something that is easy and comfortable.
Most of the time it’s challenging, hard, sometimes painful.
Personally, I knew that I can’t give what I didn’t receive and that I wanted more in life – I wanted to be able to truly love and to accept being loved.
So my journey of personal growth is ongoing… but I surely can say that I’m on a very different spot, then I was 20 or even 10 years ago. My life has been turned around.
Here I will share what truth, principles, revelation brought me where I am today and all the continuous growth I am in still today!
When we deny our story, it defines us.
When we own the story we can write an brand new ending.
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