Dear Mr. Vernon

 

Dear Mr. Vernon,

No I am not in your Saturday detention, but I am writing in response to your assignment: Who do I think I am?

I don’t know how I can exactly answer this satisfactory for your high standards? My words will not be of consequence in 5 years, except only as a journal entry, marking my evolution in growth. But I do think it is an excellent thought provoking question that will make me stop, breathe deeply,  and take stock of where I have came from, where I am now, and decide if where I am headed is where I need to go. I don’t write this for you, I write this for myself.

What I am- is a work in progress. I am, in what I like to believe, constantly always in motion toward self-improvement.  Who I was in 1985 is so different than the me I was in 1995.  2005 I was even more contrasting in personality than previous decades, and so far in 2016 I am unlike anything I have ever previously been or will become.

I am one of the lucky ones who has had her inner light stoked and frenzied by those who have touched my life and set it afire. I have become cognizant and aware of my growing luminescence so much that I note the differences so acutely of those around me who are sadly fading out in loagy weaknesses like that of dying stars.

It is said that when a star is born, atoms of light elements are squeezed under enough pressure for their nuclei to undergo fusion. All stars are the result of a balance of forces.

That Mr Vernon is what I am- a balance of forces.

I AM a star.

 

Sincerely yours,

~m

#TBC 2016

 

 

 

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3 comments

  1. Mr Modigliani · February 26, 2016

    I think writing in a blog long term is a great way to chronicle your growth. Plus, there are so many wise, supportive and experienced people here to be of support

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  2. mysecretme75 · March 15, 2016

    This is a very thoughtful and self appreciative look at where you’ve been, who you are now, and who you’re going to become. Where life leads you is anyone’s guess but one thing is sure; you’ll face it like a star. I love what you did here with the principle assignment too. very clever! 🙂

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