I struggle with the idea of uniqueness.
On one hand - I truly believe that we are each unique - in our gifting, experience, and those things that make us who we are. But, on the other hand, sometimes we can fall into the trap of thinking that we are so unique that no one will understand us. We use it as a way to keep other people out.
I wonder if sometimes we use our uniqueness as a shield because we haven't really been appreciated for who we are. Or maybe we haven't been listened to fully.
Instead, I would like to step into the fullness of a statement that I heard this past week - that we are unique, but not individualistic.
We are not alone on this journey we call life.
How are you unique, but not individualistic?
Michelle is a Spiritual Director and End of Life Doula. She is the founder of Abide in the Spirit.
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