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Well after writing my last post a few weeks ago, a few important things have occurred to me about what I wrote. I’ve been procrastinating about dealing with this issue because for me this is a very tricky issue to write about. The truth is that on this subject there are a few things that I don’t want to share, meaning that I cannot be totally candid. This creates a big conflict in me, and in some ways it would be easier not to say anything whatsoever. However I also feel that I need to admit the “Will of God” thing for the sake of transparency. Someone might ask me why I told a man that it was the will of God that he and I should get married. I hope that anyone reading this can believe that I carried out all my actions in one hundred percent integrity of heart. Actually, erm (she reflects, giggles!) – let’s say instead overwhelming, outstanding integrity of heart, if not truly 100 percent!
Still on this subject I really want to communicate the fact that I gave one thousand per cent to this “Will of God” interaction with this man. Through this “Will of God” thing I set a few powerful precedents for myself:
– I set a precedent for myself of giving an absolute one thousand percent in various relationships. Throughout my writings on my blogs I will often say about different interactions I’ve had with different people, (not only in potentially romantic contexts): “I gave a thousand percent.” I really do mean a thousand percent, and it was in this one incident with this one man that I first set this precedent for myself.
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