False Labels: Don't Let People Label You: 13 Uplifting Short Stories Of Inspiration,Hope,Encouragement & Empowerment
In the book you will learn how to stop being at war with yourself, be thankful to God and celebrate your uniqueness, embrace your own story joyfully, completely and with pride, be an original of you instead of an imitation of someone else, believe that God can use you right where you are, exactly the way you are, use your tongue to build not destroy and use your one and only life to impact others. More
Who hasn’t felt stuffed into an identity they never asked for at some point in their lives?
As children and adults, plenty of us are still trapped inside those identities.
Throughout life people are constantly putting us down with derogatory words. It’s just like they are sticking a label on us. Too short, too old, too tall, too slow, too many mistakes, not talented enough, can never amount to anything, can never do anything right etc. These stories we hear are from the beliefs, attitudes, assumptions and labels that have been bestowed upon us by our scolding parents, our uptight teachers, and our rejecting friends. Unfortunately, negative and demeaning words impact our lives and deliver a crushing blow to our fragile sense of self worth. They leave a lasting scar.
But how can we combat this? How can we empower our spirits and minds and the generation to come?
Fl which transcends age and gender is packed with inspirational stories which encourages personal empowerment, self esteem and spiritual growth. FL addresses the virtually universal pain that we are never good enough. Every man, woman, boy or girl is encouraged to embrace their own story joyfully, completely and with pride. In Fl we are further reminded that it is possible to always be exactly who we are and its perfect to bring our own special brand of joy and charm into the world.
FL further encourages us :
To believe that we are not who people call us but what God created us to be.
We have the power to choose and believe in our own stories
To believe that God created us for a divine purpose.
That everyone is unique in their own right
To use our words to build and not to destroy
To be ourselves instead of an imitation of someone else
To celebrate our uniqueness
And to believe that there are much better truth if we look beyond false labels.