Experiences can either break you or make you.
You are what you eat.
What you imagine will become reality.
Do you believe these statements?
If so why?
Explain an experience in your life that has helped form your identity.
Why you think the way you do?
How you view yourself?
Who are you really?
My daughter and I are divergent fans, so my husband, Eric and I took our 16 year old to see the movie last night. I loved how well the imagery of the movie matched up with my own imagination when I read it.
The basis of the story is to separate humans into 5 separate factions so they will know who they are. Because when you know who you are you become a more productive human being. The problem with this system is there are a few that break the five category mold. They are Divergent.
When we know who we are, we are more productive, but like the movie, let’s move past finding a category the world labels us with like; engineer, writer, minister, law enforcer.
Let’s find out what inspires us, what we gravitate towards, and what we work towards daily to achieve. You might find you are a perfect blend of color that the world hasn’t seen before until they have seen your true colors.