Your purpose is determined in large part by your unique superpowers: your gifts, talents, and abilities. Find them, and run with them. It will bless you and make you a blessing to others.
― Sebastien Richard
What is a Super Hero? I bet if you asked anyone that question they would someone with super human strength, they may even list a few of the following:
Someone with X-ray vision
Someone who is faster than a speeding bullet
Someone who could Fly or breathe underwater
Well, Batman only has a cape, he really doesn’t have a superpower other than quick wit and nifty gadgets. But he’s considered a Superhero. We all possess Superpowers, in fact, we use some of them every day, they simply go overlooked. You don’t need to be super strong or have exceptional abilities to be a superhero because you already are. We use our superpowers every day. Our abilities are what give us these superpowers.
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The need for significance is the emotional force behind much of our behavior. Life is driven by the desire for success. We want our lives to count for something. We have our own idea of what it means to be significant, and we work hard to reach our goals. Feeling loved by a spouse enhances our sense of significance. We reason, If someone loves me, I must have significance.
― Gary Chapman
Our most basic emotional need is not to fall in love but to be genuinely loved by another, to know a love that grows out of reason and choice, not instinct. I need to be loved by someone who chooses to love me, who sees in me something worth loving.
― Gary Chapman
The problem is; We look for someone to grow old together, While the secret is to find someone to stay a child with! -(Charles Bukowski)
As adults, many times we take love for granted and never appreciated it until it’s gone. We trade love for pleasure, currency and satisfying the ego. When we fall in love we want it to last forever but somewhere along the way we forget the true meaning of love and that love gets lost, sometimes it even fades. Maybe instead of asking, ‘what can love can do for me?’ You should be asking, ‘what does love mean to me?’
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