When "Belief" is a Four-letter Word™

 

 

In the same way that a physical injury causes pain, a spiritual injury can leave invisible wounds that limit a person's movement through life. 

    I believe a person is not defined by their wounds, new or old.

I have developed my ability to believe into a life skill that fuels my life and empowers my sense of purpose in this world.

I believe every person may thrive beyond the dysfunction they have survived. 

Kathrin's Statement of Belief:

I believe that God, whose name I do not know, welcomes my anger, my love, my grief, my joy, my rage, my peaceful moments, my fear, my Me-ness.

I believe that just because the world may not allow room for me does not mean God will not.

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