I can only imagine how my spiritual gifts of listening has helped to guide me and I use my intuitiveness to help guide others in the work I do. I also go to church and pray as I feel the power of my inner voice in a sacred quiet place that feels special as I know God is listening.
Each of us has the little child in us, and I can only imagine what she would say to me now as an adult. Would she be proud of me in all that I have accomplished? Would she be proud of the woman I have become?
I can only imagine how proud she might be of me especially as I have honored her and have worked through the struggles she felt as a child and all she experienced but didn’t understand.
When I was a little girl, those spiritual gifts were not there so I can only imagine how lonely she was as I can only recall from what my memories would allow. And, at some point not being able to recall those memories as a child created mistrust with the little girl in me and once again I felt alone but this time I felt abandoned.
During a difficult time in my adult years, I was in the middle of an emotional crisis, I couldn’t connect with her but when I finally did I can only imagine how she felt as I imagined she cried as I did.
I can only imagine why the little girl in me did this and although it was hard to understand, I finally ‘trusted’ and reached deeper to grab her hand to help me as I help her.
Now she helps me as I help her and I ‘listen’ to her as I help others who struggle with similar experiences as ‘we’ did. I love my life and my work as I share some of ‘our’ experiences with others to help give them HOPE and help them find the love and trust I eventually found.
Understanding these feelings is what keeps me living a healthy and happy life as we live the life we were meant to, and, together, "we can only imagine” what our future has for us.