We tend to have an “all in” account of our emotions. We feel one thing or the other, but not simultaneous emotions. Or do we?
To write on spiritual matters you must always hold that mirror to oneself first. This serves to add clarity by your own example, thus making it clear your intention not to exempt yourself from criticism.
Can you deep dive into yourself and discover your mission? Do you have a mission? Do you want a mission? When you find your mission do you have the courage and will to fulfill your mission? Can you finish it?
"We are one. We have always been one. We will always be one. Heaven and Earth. God and Man. Unus Anima™ and The Unus Anima Foundation™ are the unification of all that I do, Artist and Pastor. One goal under one soul." - Artist Robert Perez
You could be doing the most charitable work, but if your inner workings are grumbling in protest, you are only partially satisfactory in God's eye.
The image of yourself is like nothing you've seen before. With tears in your eyes, you're thinking how is it possible to see yourself this way, like an angel.
I am one, with two modes of expressing truth as I see it.