Your right to live your true values and fulfil your destiny
Too many women are forced away from what is important to them and what could be termed as their destiny. Destiny isn’t a warm and fuzzy thing that is only for those who are spiritual, it is for all people and if you are committed to your destiny and living your true values you will find things work, you stick to things and the positive and negative times seem like they are simply part of the journey. So many women are unable to fulfil their destiny because of the projection of values and the enforcement of other’s ideals upon them. This can be debilitating for many and cause depression, anxiety and oppression that has women want to fight for their rights or leave the situations, communities and nations that are oppressors. It is your right to live your true values as long as it is legal and this has nothing to do with morality, it has everything to do with what is important to you and what drives you in life. These insights will assist you to live your true values and fulfil on your destiny in the most amazing and profound ways:
Know what your values are and live by them.
Values can be a moral compass while also they are a list of things that are important to you. Your life will be determined by your true values and it will be depicted by your true destiny. Your destiny is your predetermined path you are meant to live that God has given you and I can assure you that there are little or no women who are meant to live in oppression, poverty or homelessness. Your values are the driving force behind your beliefs and your behaviours that determine your outcomes. If you are forced away from your values and destiny that can be a very painful situation to be in, however it is possible to remember what your path, values and destiny are and restore things to the place where they were before or even more than you have ever achieved in the past. When you know your true vision, no matter what occurs, you get back on track and keep going. There is no oppressor who can take you away from that which is meant for you.
Understand and appreciate the values of others to attract that to you also.
What you give you often receive so if you are wanting to be respected for your values and destiny, do the same for others. I know that many faiths and beliefs project upon others that their way is the right way to live, and sometimes it can be for some but don’t be the problem in the world, be the solution where values and destiny are understood to be different for every individual. It is important to appreciate and respect the choices of others and it is their right as long as it is legal and morally just and not harming anyone then alright to inspire others to live according to their own way of life. Projection of values can cause fighting and wars while if each individual learned to respect and appreciate all people’s destiny and the differences, the world would be a much better place.
Live with faith and hope that you can safely live your destiny.
It is unsafe in some countries for women to live their true destiny. But what if their destiny included fighting for their rights to live that destiny and according to their own true core values? For some women and I mean in the developing and developed world, there is obstruction in many forms that can stop women so have faith and hope that you can live your destiny and path freely while taking measures to ensure that nothing and nobody stands in your way. Being safe is important so consider what could occur that is not safe any time you are living freely but know that God is on your side, He is watching over you and if you are called you must as long as it is safe, live your destiny. Most women’s destiny these days looks like health, relationship, career and children or someone all of them so find your true calling, have faith and hope that you can live it and do whatever it takes to keep it.Ephesians 1:11 “Before we were even born, he gave us our destiny; that we would fulfil the plan of God who always accomplishes every purpose and plan in his heart.”