I am not my roles: I am not a writer, that’s something I do. Though it is the purpose of my working life, an advocate for girls is not the essence of who I am. I am not my house, my car or my family. I am not mother, daughter, sister or wife – those are labels for relationships I play with other I AMs. I am not my income tax returns or my savings account. I am not even Tracee Sioux.
I AM – Jesus said it, Eckhart Tolle and Oprah said it last night. I echo I AM .
I get it. I get it more and more over the last few years of my own spiritual awakening. It’s a shame it’s so difficult to articulate.
Do you know who you are?