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Have you ever looked in the mirror and asked yourself the question, who am I? 

Nearly a decade ago I suffered an unbelievable attack which was so severe that I would never look the same again. #SurThriver While I am grateful I never relied solely on my looks to define me, I also never imagined I would live the rest of my life being disfigured from being burned over 80% of my body. 

To say it took a toll on me would be the biggest understatement I’ve ever made because it nearly shattered my spirit to look in the mirror and see a horrifying monster staring back at me. I thought I looked like Freddy Crueger. It was devastating to say the least. However, I refused almost from the first day to allow what happened to me, define me. Instead, I embarked on a much needed journey to discover who I really was. During this journey, I slowly uncovered the woman I am today. 

A woman who is loving, brave, forgiving, empowered, kind, giving, and also impatient! Hey, I didn’t say I discovered perfection. LOL! Nonetheless, I would like to share with you what I did in the hopes that you too can discover the real YOU! 

You might be asking why any of this is important? Well, when we don’t know who we are it can cause us to feel insignificant, rejected, and hopeless BUT when we do know who we are we feel loved, accepted, valued and most of all, FREE! 

I don’t know about you but I don’t want to live a life in captivity. Okay, so below you will find the handy dandy recipe. Oh, and by the way after you use it don’t forget to pass it along. #SharingIsCaring 

Our identity is made up of three components. Our name, character, and beliefs. So if we want to know who we are we can start by defining who we are based on our name, our character, and our beliefs.  

Step One: Name 

Take some time to look up what your first, middle, and last name means. Then put it all together. 

My name is Audrey-May Prosper 

Audrey means Warrior. May means the finest example of something. Prosper means to thrive. So in essence my name means the finest example of a thriving warrior.  

#SpotOn 

Here is a great link to look up your name meaning. https://www.behindthename.com/

Step Two: Character 

Take some time to write out who you are based on your character. 

I am brave, bright, and beautiful. 

This is simply the mental or moral qualities of who you are. Your personality, mentality, nature and more. 

Step Three: Beliefs 

Take some time to write out what your beliefs are. 

I believe in justice. I believe in chivalry. I believe Christ died for my sins. 

This one is a little different in that if you are a believer in Jesus Christ you have an identity in him as well. So let’s talk about that for a second. According to the Bible that would mean that basically you are the daughter of the one TRUE KING! #Royalty 

John 1:12 I AM a child of God. 

Romans 5:8 I AM greatly loved. 

1 Peter 2:9 I AM chosen. 

Colossians 2:10 I AM complete in Christ. 

Complete, now this is extremely important because when we live a life without Christ we feel a void that can’t be filled by anything or anyone else and when we don’t understand this, we end up searching for something or someone to fill it. I only know because I’ve been there ladies. 

I pray you give yourself some quality time to dive deep into the journey of finding out who you truly are and that when you are done you arrive to a place just like I did, where you begin to actually believe it and receive it. 

Love and Light,

Audrey-May Prosper

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