To give birth to our images

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Romans 4:1-8; Luke 12:1-7

Daily meditation and refleciton become powerful inspirational that teach to become a real of you, who you are—by being truthful.

We have learned a lot from our culture of how to be someone else. Someone who pretends to be what he or she isn’t. Someone who is thriving on making a good appearance and masking what doesn’t want others to see.

It is our daily struggle to be truly who really we are. It is our daily struggle to be out of worldly personal advertising.

Sincerity is not only towards others; it needs to start from the “self.” It is our daily struggle to give birth to our genuine images each day, which invites us to ask daily grace/blessing.

The writing of Rainer Maria Rilke touches deeply:

You must give birth to your images. They are the future waiting to be born… Fear not the strangeness you feel. The future must enter you long before it happens… Just wait for the birth… for the hour of clarity.

The good new is, God’s light tumbles our pride and exposes our darkness! Amen

DR. Rony Kusnadi, Notable Life Counseling Services LLC

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