As a survivor on this journey to healing and wholeness I celebrate being intentional- intentionally grateful, intentionality stopping the pop-up video that tells me I’m not good enough, or pretty enough, or unworthy of love.
Being courageous enough to fight another day, encouraging and inspiring others to find their way, to find their voice.
Being and becoming is a journey – my purpose becoming clearer each day as I fight fear; telling fear, telling my abuser in my strong, powerful, yet beautifully voice you can’t hurt me anymore! Declaring that I’m free! Being FREE to be me. In order to be free, I had to acknowledge that I was in prison. I had to Shine the light in the darkness – exposing my situation by bringing it to the light. I’ve learned that the worse prison to be in is the one inside your head.
Becoming me, walking in my purpose. Regardless of the circumstances surrounding the abuse, I had to see past the pain to find the purpose. I am grateful for it, because it empowered me to wake up and look for ways to inspire, and motivate others despite the pop-up video that tells me I’m nothing, I’m nobody.
In becoming Tracy, I’ve learned to give away what I need, pouring myself forward, going lower like running water. Water is a natural resource; it gives, it cleanses, it serves. I am Intentionally being light in darkness; becoming whole.