Being Who We Are
Posted at 3:00 PM by Krista Gorman, PA-C, on January 30, 2015
It’s something we have, but don’t always show it. We are authentically ourselves, yet hide that person out of fear. What is it we fear? Judgement, ridicule, etc. Why? Because we have either been the target of it or have done it ourselves.
What if we didn’t hide? What if the very thing we feared was our ticket to happiness?
We came into this world, this particular incarnation, to live from our authenticity and create the life we desire. It is a life that no one else can create and its necessity cannot be measured.
We owe it to ourselves and to others/the world to be that person. Be happy. Be yourself. xoxox
I am a Physician Assistant and Near Death Experiencer. My goal for creating this Blog is to bring what I learned in the afterlife into the 3-D world. There is so much to say and I am presently revising my book I Died And Learned How To Live to continue the process of sharing it all. In the meantime, I will blog here about things I believe will help someone else. I am here to be of service and bring the message of love to others. Thank you so very much for being here. Please feel free to leave your email if you'd like to get on my list. I won't flood your in box with messages. Love to you all! xox
2 thoughts on “Being Who We Are”
It’s when we get to the top of the mountain that we experience the whole view and are, for that moment in time, at one with everything but we know that we cannot stay at the top of the mountain for too long. It is because we know we have to climb back down and take stock of all that we have learnt in climbing that mountain and then to seek, to make a better climb of it, or find another mountain to climb.
Krista Gorman, PA-C
Yes and share what we’ve learned through the climb and on the mountain top..much love to you 🙂 xox