At 10, I thought I needed a new huffy bike to be cool (true story). At 12, I thought I needed a boyfriend to make me valuable.
- At 15, I thought I needed a different body to feel good about myself.
- At 17, I thought I needed to know exactly what I wanted to do with my life.
- At 20, I thought I needed to find “Mr Right” and get married as soon as possible.
- At 25, I thought I needed a baby to stick to the schedule of my life plan.
- At 30, I thought accolades, achievements and influence equalled success.
- At 34, I’ve realised the little things aren’t little.
My husband and kids are actually the most precious things my hands will ever hold. I have access to hope, peace, joy, identity and meaning right now, despite my circumstances.
Most of the time what you really need is an internal shift, not an external one.
Article supplied with thanks to Sabrina Peters.
About the Author: Sabrina is a writer, pastor and relationships blogger. She is passionate about Jesus and changing the way people think about God and sex.