She was walking around, just half of herself, unaware.
She knew something was wrong but she didn’t know what it was.
She attached herself to other people, like the wrong shaped puzzle piece. Nope.
She drank too much after work and on the weekends. The alcohol just left her feeling less than the half she already was.
She hated looking in the mirror. It felt like being in math class when the solution just wouldn’t calculate no matter how many hours were poured into trying.
Acceptance made her feel more complete, but still not whole.
Finally, she asked for help.
“Do you see all of me?,” she asked, to everyone who passed her on the sidewalk, at the office, and at home.
No one answered.
“WHAT IS MISSING?!?” she yelled, to the air outside.
“Me,” she heard back, from somewhere inside.
She looked up. Her other half was right there, being offered to her by the One who said “Me.”
She didn’t know who He was yet, but she fit into that other half.
Finally, she was WHOLE.
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This is beautiful. Thank you.
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