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You Are Someone’s Miracle

We begin as blank slates, fresh from the womb, knowing nothing, spotless. Wherever we wind up after that and a bunch of psychology to boot determines how our personality, and the very perception of ourselves develop. There is so much information, theory etc… with that sort of thing. That’s not my point tonight, though. Even on my best day, at this point in my life I would be unable to really deliver a textbook explanation.

But you know, no matter what, we are absolutely 100% able to rise above and beyond our childhoods, troubling life lessons learned the hard way throughout the years like bullying or abuse. I’m not saying it will be just wiped away from our hurting minds and hearts. What I am saying is that though you may still carry the dark or troubling events & people that have hurt you, and the fact that even now, after all these years it still stings…You can rise above it all. The lingering pain can be healed. You can come to a true place of peace in your heart, despite all the memories. The thing is, we have to do some work to find that peace and carry on that work to maintain it.

Reaching out to others, trusted loved ones, friends, family, a significant other…and professional help. I am a living testimony that therapy does work. It will work for you-but you will only reap as much as effort you put in with your counselor. Developing insight is just huge. Sometimes meds can make a dramatic impact. It may take time with trial and error as we are all made differently, but if it works for you, it is worth it. *All credit goes to Jesus Christ, The Son of God. He is the Great Physician, and the one I choose to serve. The things He has done for me I could never count on this earth.* The healing of my weary soul has everything to do with this.


No statistics, no linking of articles or anything tonight. I just want to offer hope. That is the blessing that I have as an overcomer. If you are struggling with anything that haunts you, interfering with your daily life, and leads you to believe a lie, do not give up. Miracles happen every day. There is light within you, whether you see it or not.

You have it in you, precious soul, to be someone else’s miracle.

God bless

Salvation is free


2 thoughts on “You Are Someone’s Miracle”

  1. Do you think its possible to forgive a person that left you during your childhood and has always been ustable? i was left by my mom as a four year old, and she is still very unstable. my family want me to forgive her and embrace her, i just cant. i still feel so much anger, and im also scared to be left again if i open up. it can happen. im in therapy, and im not sure how this will work out through therapy, it might bring healing. but forgivness and love, im not sure about that. thank you for sharing, your post was very uplifting 🙂

    1. Thank you for your comment, Maria 🙂 I appreciate your presence here.
      I thought about your question for a while today. Its a pretty heavy one. Though I haven’t experienced what you have, for myself, I would have to say, yes, it is possible to forgive her. I know wounds like that must run deep down to the core, especially as it happened during the stage of personality development (1-5). For me, in my faith in Jesus as a Christian, I’ve often struggled with the subject in my own life in different situations as Christianity is based on Christ, who suffered beyond horribly and was persecuted, abused, unjustly, yet it happened to save mankind. We are forgiven. Paid for in full.–that’s the foundation in my life, but nobody’s perfect. I’ve had to work through some of my own personal struggles undisclosed here, but with time, I let it all go. It is actually true that you cannot find peace for yourself until you forgive your enemies, or the ones who wronged you. It just makes us like ‘soul-sick’ as humans if we don’t forgive. Forgiving them sets us free. We are the captive until then. As long as someone has hurt us and we have not forgiven them, they have something over our heads. Our hearts are forever made heavy whether we know it or not. The time it takes is different for everyone. It is possible to forgive anyone. Forgetting, maybe, maybe not. I wanted to share this video with you. This is a different situation, but such a dramatic one. So much, that its probably the best example I could find. I hope it helps 🙂 God bless

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