To whom does your life, as you see it, belong?
Many of My Children grew up believing their lives belonged to others to whom they were accountable. There are those of My Children who perceived that their own lives were not quite theirs. They may have been encroached upon, and, consciously or unconsciously, assumed that their purpose in life was to answer to others’ wills and to please and be what others wanted them to be. They saw their main purpose in life was to be in line with what the world seemed to want from them. They were careful not to make a mistake.
In retrospect, their young lives seemed to be primarily about subscribing to avoidance of mistakes and falling right in step with others’ desires as a matter of course. This way of living sometimes pursued them, although sometimes they did wake up to what…
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