While my recent entry on disappointment was long and difficult, it was not meant to produce negative results. It was a confession, so to speak, and a prayer for God to take my struggles and help me to move on and be a better person for it all. It is also a way of reaching out to others who are experiencing disappointment to let them know that they are not alone. Some people feel guilty for talking about things that hurt them, and that should not be the case. There is no shame in feeling disappointed. It is one of many processes that we were born with. We are human beings, not hyper-spiritual superheroes.
If nothing else, it proves my transparency. This blog is another chapter of my life story, and it is simply how I analyze, process, and somewhat handle my experiences...the good, bad, and ugly.
I have nothing to lose by being honest with the world, and I will have it no other way.