The Difference Between Identity and Connection, Part 1

You have to have a good relationship with yourself to have good relationships with others.

The masculine emphasis is on identity.

Meaning and purpose are so important to men.

The female emphasis is on connection.

Women want to be connected and intimate with others. They are looking to connect.

We need both. Men are good at identity.

Women are good at connection.

But men need to learn how to connect, and women can help them with that.

And women need to learn their identity, and men can call that out for them.

The difference between identity and connection ft. @shawncamerond

Posted by Changed By Love on Saturday, April 13, 2019

Stars Should Make Others Shine

How we see each other should not depend on accomplishments, status, or success.

The stars get the credit, glory, and popularity, but they should lift up the people around them.

They should not see themselves as better or more important than others.

This is as prevalent in the church as it is in the world. Some of the leaders think of themselves as higher in importance than the average church-goer.

Their ideas and purposes seem to matter more than anybody else’s. They should see it as their job to encourage others to use their gifts, too, and give them opportunity or promotion of their endeavors.

We should all view each other as precious in the sight of God. We should highly value each person, whether they stand on a stage or they are unseen and unnoticed.

Treat everyone as celebrities.

Stars should make others shine.

Posted by Changed By Love on Thursday, April 11, 2019

To Be True to Yourself You Must Be Honest With Yourself

Where your truth departs from reality, it is not truth, no matter how fervently you believe it.

For many people today, there seems to be a confusion between reality and their perception of the way things are or the way they want things to be.

Why are people confused about gender issues, and how can we help them to get a firm understanding of who they truly are?

It’s popular to say, “Be true to yourself”. But are you really being true to yourself if you’re not being honest with yourself?

Personality types, being an introvert or an extrovert, talents and gifts – these are all factors that affect who we really are.

We have to adjust our thinking from a scarcity mentality to abundance mentality.

From adversarial to cooperative mentality. We should help each other. Instead of seeing each other as adversaries, we should be advocates of each other.

We all have free will.

We are responsible for our own actions and our own lives.

Trying to skew things, hiding things, pretending that something that is not true is true is causing mental imbalance in people.

We are all different from each other. We each have to discover who we really are. Based on reality and truth, not on how we wish things were or what we want to be if it’s different from who we really are.

To Be True to Yourself You Must Be Honest With Yourself How To Be An Internal Success

Posted by Changed By Love on Thursday, March 28, 2019