Who are you?

Who am I? What do I do? Where do I see myself going? What makes me unique, special, different? What do I stand for? What do I believe in?

The list could go on and on. These conversations are happening more often lately and I have found that my self-reflection has increased daily. The dreamer inside of me has only become wilder and at the end of the day, I am Jenny Rebecca.

I am a daughter, sister, wife, mother, and friend. I am an adventurer, writer, doctoral student, and speaker.
I am an advocate for the brokenhearted and less fortunate.
I am a wild spirit that cannot be contained and I love to dream up new ideas when my little boy is napping where there is a moment to myself.
I am a daughter of the King and I am human with many imperfect tendencies.
I am not afraid to admit my fears and tell you I do not have it all together.
I am optimistic to the point that sometimes I lose my practicality.
I am a spirit of wanderlust, joy and goodness.
I love to get lost, so I can discover. I love to read, so I can imagine the unrealistic.
I love the feeling being wrapped in my husband’s arms where I feel safe and I love the adrenaline of standing on the edge of a cliff before the jump.

I am complex, but yet simple.
I am open, but yet reserved in my sacred space.
I crave the road, but yet gravitate to home.

Who am I? What do I do? Where do I see myself going? …

I do not fit in a box or set limitations. I take off as if a feather in the wind.

I am a voice of intention that is true, powerful, and authentic.
I strive to be heard, to be seen and be known because I want to impact this world for good. I want to empower. I want to spread inspiration and I want to radiate love that knows no boundaries.

This is me. Who are you?

One thought on “Who are you?

  1. I love this!

    How are you? How is it to be back in the US?

    Could we Skype soon when you have a free moment (if you ever do!?)?

    Blessings, Ruth

    Sent from Mail for Windows 10

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