When viewed with love and courage, the things that we feel the most self-conscious about are often our greatest strengths.
What superpowers are you hiding?
My ability to transform my thoughts and feelings into methodically crafted words on paper is a gift that I have often questioned. I have dreams of being a writer, but often question my abilities. I often question the impact my words could have on potential readers.
When I question my gifts, is that selfish? Am I hiding my SUPER Superpower from a world that could benefit from my untold story?
Potential judgments, harsh critics, and glaring stares become my kryptonite. When I think about all the work that goes into being an entrepreneur and following my dreams, I want to hog my superpowers all to myself. Burying the “S” on my chest and hiding behind its secret splendor.
Although my superpower has the power to change lives for the better, it also has the power to shed light on areas of my life that I am not proud of. Like I’ve stated in the past, emotional highs and lows have contributed to some of my most potent writing. There are certain areas in my life that I know God can use to bless others, but I must first be willing to embody the courage needed to allow my superpower to roam free.
Until Next Time