I experienced oxygen deprivation at birth and the doctor told my parents I had a 50-50 chance of survival. Some people would say, “You poor soul; you’ve been given a hard lot in life.”
But from my perspective, which is a spiritual one, I consider this to be a blessing in disguise. I’m always looking at the bigger picture. I don’t believe that things happen accidentally. I believe there is a purpose, even if in that particular moment I may not grasp it. Over time, life has a way of teaching me the blessing of adversity and hardship. I don’t even like to use those words. Everything has a purpose. The universe’s plan for me may not be what I planned.
I innately know that I am a multi-dimensional multi-talented individual with many diversified interests. At some point I see myself as a successful entrepreneur working extensively with people who are extensively involved with philanthropical causes for the betterment of human kind. Even though I myself may not have the financial mean, I have a lot of ideas.
I would like to brainstorm these ideas with other people and get their input. I would like to invite nonprofits and well as small businesses to engage in theses causes if they feel compelled to make a contribution or volunteer their time. However they feel they can best participate.
I know in my heart and soul that all of the pieces of the puzzle as far as my life is concerned in time will fall into place. I know without a doubt that as a soul entity before I came into this embodiment I chose all of the experiences that I have experienced to date.