I am a humble but very earnest seeker after truth.

Please people, this next few words aren’t meant to be a political thing or an argument about the news. Bad things happen in this world. There are a lot of things that we aren’t made known of because the news provides what makes good stories and headlines. And, chill, I’ve experienced this. Or I’ve also known people – like soldiers overseas – who experienced so much that the news doesn’t share because it doesn’t bring people back.

There is evil in this world. Evil that sometimes wishes to hide and muffle the truth. Gandhi believed in the truth. The truth after all will set you free. The truth will set us free. The truth will never damage a cause that is just. That is what Gandhi believed. Moving forward during the holidays be honest with yourself, about yourself, about others. You can’t expect to change the world, even if it is just during this time if you aren’t gonna be true to who you are and what you are.

This last two weeks I have found who I am. I have found my footing in my faith. I have found my footing in my marriage. I have found my voice in my company and not afraid to ask for what I deserve. I have found that to be the leader I want to be, to be the leading force of success in my store, I need to be positive and accept all for who they are and just push for them to be better people in a positive way. I need to be the person that God requires of me to help change the world. To make a difference. I have found my truth of who I am. I understand my strengths and that truth alone will allow me during the holidays and forevermore to be a better person. I challenge you to find your truth and a way to humbly change your world.