By Victoria Lafean
Is our life prophesied and spoken before we were even thought of before we were spoken into existence and created? Is the divine interpretation of our life made and created while we live or is it pre-programmed?
All in all, we won’t know the answer to the question above. There is no black and white, cut and dry answer. The divine interpretation of my life is just that, divine. I am wonderfully and fearfully made. My choices are just that, mine. However, each choice I make determines my life path. Is that path prophesied? Is it planned? I believe that each life path is different, just like every person in existence is different. Can my path change, of course. Can I make u-turns, yes, and can I go off the path to create a part on my own? Yes.
There is a saying that is easily told throughout our lives. If God wanted us to be perfect, he would make us all the same. I’m not saying that he does not want us to be like him and perfect, what I’m saying is that he wants us to be the perfect us, the perfect me. The best me that I can be.
The best me, that is a hard statement to write, let alone say. What is the best you? Is the answer Perfect? That is a word that I do not accept. Perfect, without imperfections. Imperfections are what makes each and every one unique.
Unique gives the room and ability for us to reach self-perfect. We were breathed and made to be ourselves, our best selves, self-perfect, unique. I do believe that God does have a plan for my life and as long as I strive to be self-perfect and the best I can be, I am on the path he set out for me.
God is the only one who knows my life path, No one else, not even me. A person cannot see into my divine interpretation of life. Only God can. Life is each person’s interpretation. A person cannot judge my choices, my actions, and my life. Only the Almighty can do that. People don’t know my inner being, my life force, my drive, struggles, and accomplishments. Only God and I know that part of me down to the tiniest feeling, and he will use that part of me to fulfill the prophecy he and I make every day.
I believe our lives are not pre-programmed; they are not cut into stone. I believe a prophecy of life has been given as a gift to me to make it the best I can, to be self-perfect. He made me unique, and I want to stay that unique perfect imperfection who is living to be a divine interpretation.
Lafean currently resides in Fort Irwin, California. Lafean’s husband Evan is currently serving as a soldier in the U.S Army. Her hometown is Port Huron Michigan. Both Evan and Victoria hope to return after Evan completes his military service.
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