I’m 28 years old this month.
Being nearly 30 is not old at all but the older I get the more I reflect on who I am and how I act and that’s always changing.
It’s not only age that does it, I love God as well and that brings about its own constant self-reflection.
I am constantly having to put myself in the uncomfortable position of looking at myself and seeing just how wrong I am in a lot of situations and having to readjust my actions in order to live right.
It’s difficult, we all go through it—it’s just a natural part of life for everyone.
Now, of course, I don’t have all the answers for you on how to navigate self-reflection, but I’m going to give you a tiny little bit of advice that may help you.
Now, when I say humility, I don’t mean that fake humility where you receive a compliment for something about you and you act bashful and say, “No, no, I’m not THAT great.”
I’m talking about the very real and VERY uncomfortable humility that makes you sick to your stomach.
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