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Caption: I love the statement. It is my story along with many of the myths that my life has followed. It has included what I consider to be the Cinderella Fantasy, You Can Have It All, An Independent Woman, The American Dream, and others. My only way out of these life situation myths was through my own transformational process, traveling through the wilderness and coming out on the other side, enlightened for the experience and changed inside. These are not external experiences but happen as an internal, spiritual journey that lets me know that what I learn is the real essence of life.
Caption: Ultimately you are going to die. Then what? Would you prefer truth or myth. The truth is that faith is substance. Read Hebrews chapter 11 from the Bible. If you don't read it for yourself, you can't argue with me! Everything else will be destroyed. Cling to faith. Faith in what?. Read it and find out.
Caption: Myths are saying what life itself says: this is your life, and even though you are indoctrinated to the mentality of a collective universal human mind set, nonetheless, you are the only player of the game of your life, and it is your responsibility to come out from among them to form your own foundation and avenues of singular interindependency. The buck begins with you, and stays with you, and will end with you.
Caption: If this is what the myths say, then Christianity is not a myth, because it says Jesus is the hero of your life and you have to let him be the one who is control. Of course a lot of times people don't want to hear this, because they do want to be their own heroes and then the myths encourage them.