What if I could not think?
What if I could not feel?
What if I could not change?
What if I could not be stubborn and could not stand up for myself?
What if I could not be hurt?
What if I could not make a difference in anyone’s life?
What if I could not rise above my fear?
What if I could just give up?
What if I was alone?
What if I was unwanted?
Who would I be then?
I would be nothing.
Thats the wonderful part about hypothetical questions; they are just that: hypothetical, a supposition. The hypotheses are not reality, they are just, what if’s. Reality is this:
I can understand, comprehend and think very well. I am genius.
I can feel, and in fact, am very moody and feel many things in just one day.
I am a varied individual with many different tastes, and I am able to change.
I am a strong, stubborn woman who knows how to fight for what is important.
I am not untouchable. I can be hurt, no matter how hard I try to prevent it.
I am making a difference in people’s lives because I am destined for greatness.
I have risen above my fear, and I will do it again. I am courageous, if courage is not the absence of fear but the judgment that something else is more important than fear. (Ambrose Redmoon)
I can not just give up, because I am someone who has and will not find the end of my rope, because I will always find the strength to go on.
I am not alone because I am the companion and wife of the most wonderful man walking the face of the earth today.
I am wanted by my Creator and Father. I am the daughter of the Almighty King.
And because these are reality, I am something. I am Melanie.