Perfectly Imperfect

This blog was inspired a by a mentoring blogger of mine. She came up with the idea of writing a list of characteristics that describes her as a way of being honest and open with who she was good, and bad. I decided to do one as well and this is how I see myself in all of my uniqueness and imperfection and they aren’t in any order.

I am outspoken and opinionated.

I learn through experience and through other people’s wisdom.

I aim to inspire young girls to walk with Christ and know him more.

I am a clumsy runner and often unmotivated to run unless I am trying to catch a bus or get rid of some frustration.

I hike to appreciate nature, get exercise and push boundaries.

I love God with all my heart and soul and often wish I could hear him more clearly than I do.

I swear when I can’t get something right after a few tries, and I often cannot stop swearing until I figure out whatever I need to figure out.

I can be both unpredictable and predictable depending on the mood I am in.

I am beautiful and talented and I am thankful to God for what he has given me.

I hate the colour pink though I will wear it on occasion and appreciate its beauty on other people.

I am an overthinker.

I believe that you have to trust in what you can’t see in order to believe and appreciate what you can see.

I do not have a great track record in relationships for I am not a trusting person.

I often think about letting out the dog across the street because he barks so darn much.

I would love a dog of my own before I have my own children.

I am often competing with my brother and I have no idea why.

I often love till it hurts and then love more but it often costs me more than I can bear.

I disclose my darkest and deepest secrets when someone has proven worthy of handling and keeping them.

I don’t like loud noises especially car horns.

I love camping because I get to be free from the business and noise of the city.

I am intelligent and full of questions that often lead to other questions.

I am not yet a mother but I know I will be a good one when that time comes.

I am loyal to a fault.

I am lactose-intolerant and that makes for a gassy life sometimes.

I would love to play guitar but the idea of forming permanent calluses does not appeal to me.

I am committed to the things I am passionate about.

I often am cold even in the summer.

I always want to help people even the people that society deems as lost causes.

I am scared of trusting the wrong person because I have been hurt so many times through betrayal. 

I often have random thoughts that I think about as I am having a conversation with people.

I am not a multi-tasker but I like to believe at times I get quite close to achieving it.

I only fight when I care.

I will stand up for anyone I care about even if it costs me a lot.

I love bananas but I can’t stand banana pudding.

I am a child of God.

I LOVE chocolate despite being lactose intolerant.

I am gentle spirited but can be bold when situation calls for it.

I would love to read my bible more without falling asleep.

I am a worship leader and love to sing about anything and everything especially about my love for God.

Singing in a gospel choir was one of my bravest and most exhilarating moments 

I am terrified of opening up due to the fear of being judged.

I don’t trust easily but this is a step to accepting who I am the good and bad.

I am perfectly imperfect and wouldn’t change a thing.

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soulrenderings:

"Fear is nothing more than an obstacle that stands in the way of progress. In overcoming our fears we can move forward stronger and wiser within ourselves."

soulrenderings:

"Fear is nothing more than an obstacle that stands in the way of progress. In overcoming our fears we can move forward stronger and wiser within ourselves."

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quotesberry:

The fears we don’t face become our limits. - Robin Sharma

quotesberry:

The fears we don’t face become our limits.
- Robin Sharma

(via quotesberry)

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johnny-thor-fish:

Everything I need is in You Lord.

(via weliveforjesus)

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chic-blondie:

God does not call me to predict the path. He wants me to learn to depend on His light.

chic-blondie:

God does not call me to predict the path. He wants me to learn to depend on His light.

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"Your calling is present, not future: A lot of people think their calling is in terms of what they will do ‘one day’. But the world isn’t changed by what you will do ‘one day’, if its not connected to the things you’re doing right now."
Steven Furtick (via lighthouseyouth)