“Telling the truth when we feel vulnerable is one of the hardest things to do. We might fear rejection, abandonment, disapproval, disappointment, rage, hurt, or just the raw exposure that’s an unavoidable part of the process. Yet almost every time we’re willing to tell a hard truth, we grow and deepen in presence, no matter the response. The energy that we previously locked up to maintain a false front is freed to uplift and enliven us.”
Any practice of sharing the truth beyond our fear of outcome is one way to reaffirm your faith.
Release the energy of your soul and speak your truth. In doing so you live your life in the present and open up the energy of the divine to work through you. In love sometimes the response, answer, reaction may be no, and it might hurt, and people might run for the hills but the truth can not be threatened and serves everyone involved and is always miraculous.
Enjoy the sweet freedom of sharing who you are.
In that space God smiles.