Defining Ourselves

Today I feel I have found an answer to a question that I have been asking myself for a long time. Who am I, and what do I do? Through a series of synchronized events, I have realized that I am myself, and my purpose is to be true to that. If I can apply the principle of staying in the moment as myself, then all else is as it should be. 
This means checking in with myself and making sure my decisions are true to what I desire, that I speak my voice to express my truth, and I share what comes through me with love and compassion. That is my job: to be me, to follow the path my soul so strongly wants to travel, and to create the life that I want to livethe one that will be right for me.  
I understand that what I choose may be different than what many others would choose, and that is okay, for we are each perfect. The problem comes when we forget who we are and try to live another way. It takes a brave person to be true to oneself and not be concerned with what the majority values. It takes a sense of security to realize you are not defined by labels that you have achieved or applied to yourself over the years. But once you can do that, you have set yourself free to be content with the real you.
Love and Light,
Angela Bushman

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Being a natural-born empath, I enjoy combining my intuition, compassion, and amazing zest for living freely to inspire others to find their way back to their true self and find their bliss. I do believe that it is my life’s purpose to live my life authentically and inspire others to reach heights that they never imagined that they could reach.

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