by David McLeod | Sep 9, 2019 | No Comments

If you are like most people, then you have probably spent a good deal of time and energy trying to keep certain aspects of yourself out of sight because you consider them unacceptable or inappropriate. And you may have even had some success at this, managing to convince others that you are actually quite different from what you know yourself to be. But at what cost? What gifts have you inadvertently hidden away as a result of your effort to be seen a particular way? Perhaps the time has come for you to take a peek inside and reclaim those gifts. Perhaps the time has come to find the “real GOLD” within!

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