"I am a blogger at some point, an #artist in some way, an #architect by profession, yet a #leader by action. What am I really?"
I recently tweeted this and it appears like I'm having an identity crisis right now. But no, I'm not. It's just that I'm more than willing to explore unlimited possibilities of what I can do as a person and what particular tool/s I may use in inspiring and influencing other people. Being a one-man team is both a challenge and a headache. But, nonetheless, it's a blessing from our creator because he gave us gifts, which turns out to be opportunities that we can explore and share to other people.
Some people say that I need to focus on one particular ability and let it grow. Yes, they may be right at some point, but it's not proper to turn my back away from my gifts. We were blessed to have those gifts and we were given an opportunity to use them as our tool in expanding our capacity and worth. And that's enough reason for me on why I shouldn't give up everything.
Right now, people may see me as an architect, others find me as a blogger, while for some, I'm an artist (visual/digital). People may see and know me in different ways, but one thing's for sure - I'm a son of my creator and I honor him by continuously developing my gifts.
At one point in my life I thought that being "a jack of all trades, master of none" is a bit of an insult. But then, couldn't it be that a person just has this intense penchant for trying new stuffs and loving them in the process, and eventually sticking to them?ReplyDelete
There's nothing wrong with being so many things. At least you keep life from being monotonous. ^_^
Wow! I really appreciate your comment. It is full of insights and I hope my readers will have the chance to read and contemplate on it.Delete
Thank you for reading!