Of Insecurity and Identity

Me:

"I've given talks,

but that doesn't make me a public speaker.

I've written poems,

but that doesn't make me a poet.

I've acted on stage,

but that doesn't make me an actor.

I've made films,

but that doesn't make me a filmmaker.

I've taught in school,

but that doesn't make me a teacher.

I've preached in church,

but that doesn't make me a pastor.

I own a bible,

but that doesn't make me a believer.

I run social initiatives,

but that doesn't make me a philanthropist.

What I've done,

does not make me who I am."

God:

"You prefer one on one talks,

But that doesn't mean you're not a Public speaker.

You haven't been published,

But that doesn't mean you're not a Writer.

You're not popular,

But that doesn't mean you're not an Actor.

You haven't won awards,

But that doesn't mean you're not a Filmmaker.

You don't have a degree,

But that doesn't mean you're not a Teacher.

You can't attend church,

But that doesn't mean you can't be a Pastor.

You haven't been healed,

But that doesn't mean you're not a believer.

You're not rich,

But that doesn't mean you can't be a Philanthropist.

Who you are,

is not what you have or have not."

And then, a pause. The silence is soaked in a tear drop.

"Who I am, is what He's done.

Who I am, is what You have given me."

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