I have stared at “bio” for almost two hours now. Clearly I am having writers block. How do you have writers block about yourself? I have NO idea. So I gave up (eager to spend my time fundraising for my trip) and asked my older sister to describe who I am.
This is what she wrote in a few minutes:
“You believe in the unity of people, in justice, in the harmony of faith, in being drug free.. But mostly you are a strong willed girl, opinionated on different subjects and passionate about injustice. You have a big heart, although it doesn’t always seems so 😮 (what’d i say?). You love children but even more you love your family. At your core, even when you want to fight it, they are your lifeline. You have a lot of spirit and spunk and the worst thing anyone can ever tell you is “no” or you “can’t”. You inspire others to act and do more and be more than they ever imagined or believed was possible.. Even to your detriment where sometimes you don’t back yourself as you do others. You are so beautiful on the outside that often people don’t realize the depth and sensitivity on the inside. You are kind, loving, compassionate yet annoying at times to. You are a young woman who at a time where she is expected to invest in herself, she is going to go clear across the world and invest in others and give to strangers because you have faith, love, but most of all courage.”
I am a big fan of inspirational quotes.
Here is one I read when I was a child.
This quote truly attributed to who I am today
and of course, what I believe in:
“Be ye loving fathers to the orphan, and a refuge to the helpless, and a treasury for the poor, and a cure for the ailing. Be ye the helpers of every victim of oppression, the patrons of the disadvantaged. Think ye at all times of rendering some service to every member of the human race. ”