Room to Grow

21 Sep Room to Grow

Growing up in an affluent Beverly Hills community was beautiful (don’t get me wrong). But I always felt like behind the glitz and glamour something was missing: unconditional understanding.

The people around me understood what life was like for those in the upper tax bracket, but not for the people who lived outside of it. But, ever since I was younger, I always felt more comfortable with those on the outside because I felt like an outsider myself.

Fitting in with minorities felt natural for me, but I grew up in an environment that sometimes used various cultures as the punchline of a joke. Sometimes I would end up offending the very people I felt like I fit in so well with unintentionally.

So I’ll be the first to admit that at times I have said some borderline offensive statements, but without the intention of offending anyone. I’m here to say I have faults, but I’m willing to learn and more importantly
have room to grow.

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3 Comments
  • Ashley
    Posted at 23:12h, 21 September Reply

    We all have room to grow thank you for reminding us of that! So excited to share your mission with the world. You have so much to offer all of us!

  • Simo
    Posted at 00:51h, 22 September Reply

    Whenever you are seeking, whenever you are questioning yourself that is the space that is getting created to grow. Recognizing our faults in a deep way it means that your soul, brain and body at a level know that you are a “Buddha”. A Buddha doesn’t slander and don’t get offended. When you realized you did slandered it means you did it to yourself at first. There is only the present moment so learn from the past and create your mission. Mission to grow is awesome! Thank you so much for sharing!

  • Bari Bovart
    Posted at 08:42h, 23 September Reply

    My baby boy Andy, was born rooting for the underdog.. One of the many., many reasons I love you so much❌⭕️❌

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