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I am Thankful for me!

No, i'm not being selfish. I'm thankful for being me. I thank God for creating me, and shaping me in his love and beauty to live on this wonderful earth. It's a Great thing to be thankful for. For being my self. And only being me.

As easy as it is, to act like someone else because of there popularity, fame, fashion, or occupation I am thankful for being my self. And That there is only one of me. It is a wonderful thing to being me. I Love God and I love everything he gives me. And he gave me, ME.

It's easy in these days to act or be someone else. It's like we cover our selves with a costume of being someone else. But, sure enough, God made us all to be our selves. YES, some people will have a better job. YES,  other people will be more popular. YES, other people will have more friends. YES, other people will do stuff I want. But, thats not good excuses not to be me.

I have to take off that costume, and be me. And not listen to the distractions of SOCIETY. Think about it, Society is EVIL. Filled with evil ready to attack whoever may challenge it. But, that's still not a good enough excuse not to be me.

The BEST REASON to BE ME, Is because GOD MADE ME, ME. God, made us all with our own costume. Our own features, our own body, our own setting and we are here to fulfill his plan by being me.

"14I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. 15When my bones were being formed, carefully put together in my mother's womb, when I was growing there in the secret, you knew that I was there- 16 you saw me before i was born..." 

Psalm 139: 14-16

"14 God Said, " I am who I Am..."


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