I am uniquely me.
The world may identify me with a label, such as parent or child, wife or husband, employee or manager. Each label is only a descriptor of a role I play. It is not who I am. I am more than my duties or responsibilities, more than my gender, more than my position in life. I am a spiritual being—special and unique—one of a kind. I embrace who I am in body, mind, and spirit. I watch for self-judgment or self-criticism that hinder my divine expression. By being who I am, I make a valuable contribution to the world around me. I am confident of my divine gifts, and I share them generously. I accept and give thanks for my uniqueness, recognize my special qualities, and shine my light brightly.
Each has a particular gift from God, one having one kind and another a different kind.—1 Corinthians 7:7