Bear Your Cross
Bear Your Cross
No matter how many wives, husbands, friends, boyfriends, girlfriend, brothers, sisters you have….they may rightly provide you with a good support system and shower u with love…trust me …we all need it…let me digress...in the last year or so I have restored my faith in the human race….my parents, siblings and close friends did not condemn me and although they did tell me what they felt about some of the things I did that they felt were wrong (in my marriage) they still embraced me. This was very important to me as the person closest to me, dear to my heart; felt and pretty much said I was a failure, evil, devious and not man enough. It is depressing hearing those things and you begin to believe it and you lose all confidence. At some point I was so low I couldn’t do anything but the love of people around me restored me. I felt warm again especially because they didn’t condemn me as she did. That gave me hope and gave me strength to become who I am supposed to be. I still have failures and I still have shortcomings but I am trying to be real and good to myself and others around me.
All said and done ultimately I and in your case (you) will still need to carry your own cross. No one will do that for you. Even Jesus carried his own cross. The buck stops with you. You define and decide your destiny. Your actions directly determine your faith. You will need to have the strength to carry your cross and know in what direction you need to go….no point in carrying such a load aimlessly because eventually you will run out of strength and you will have to drop it in the middle of nowhere. Carry that cross and head in the direction with determination, righteousness, discipline and patient.