Write about your strongest memory of heart-pounding belly-twisting nervousness: what caused the adrenaline? Was it justified? How did you respond?My strongest memory of a heart-pounding belly-twisting nervousness is when a huge lie was discovered. What caused the adrenaline was the fact that I was attempting to cover up a lie. The adrenaline was justified but I was still wrong. I responded with honesty and disappointment. Honesty because I had already hurt the one person that loved me the most I wasn't able to sit there and lie when there was proof. Disappointment because I was thinking only of myself and letting revenge and old heart breaks overcome my morals and common sense. Although this was a time in which I failed, let myself down, and hurt the love of my life I was set free. Free from the bondage of sin and lying. Free to love unconditionally and let the wounds heal with love. I became a better person from falling. By getting up from breaking and being broken I was humbled and reminded of a motto I've sworn I lived by until the day I was actually tested and failed,
I'll always be real with you as long as you are real with me.A short simple statement that carried much more weight than I expected could have never changed my life in the way that it did.
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