It’s a common saying - “Be true to yourself”. But that often is much easier said than done. Living in this way can be risky. Some of us have
It’s a common saying – “Be true to yourself”. But that often is much easier said than done. Living in this way can be risky. Some of us have learned to hide, to pretend, some have settled for something less “true” to avoid confrontation or pain or judgment or even effort. Some have become so separated from their “truth” that they’ve forgotten or lost sight of what that even is for them.
Which is tragic because what waits on the other side of “true” is what often leads to the best version of ourselves.
What would it take for you to live true to yourself? What must you do to live out the best and most authentic version of you?
This Sunday I want to talk about an ancient spiritual practice that can be a game-changer. Invite a friend and join us.
(Sunday) 10:30 am - 11:30 am mountain standard time
Temple Bnai Tikvah
900-47th ave SW