I love hearing people's stories. I love knowing where they've been and where they've come from.
But when I ask someone their story the main thing I want to know is where they are now. Both in their struggles and triumphs. And it's probably the thing I hear the least.
But truthfully it's also what I share the least.
Since starting this blog I've realized somethings.
1. I have a lot of feelings inside of me that I thought were strange but once putting them out there I've seen that much of what I feel is common among humans.
2. I have a lot of feelings in me that straight up just strange.
3. I definitely should not be the voice for the masses.
4. And lastly, it normally takes me three or four tries plus the assistance of spell check to spell the word "definitely"
I think, at least for me, the reason I cop out and only share what God has done in my life is because it's a completed work. (at least in my eyes) It's easy to talk about the sin in my life God dealt with, because it's been dealt with, it's not a struggle in my life anymore. The past is distant. It's safe. It's all in the past.
But you know what is hard?