Who Am I Anyway?

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Why Am I Here?

Certified Minister, Bobbett Bettencourt

Bobbett Bettencourt

Bobbett Bettencourt is a first-time author. She married her high school sweetheart and together they operate a harvesting business in the small town in California she grew up in. Her hope and prayer for every reader is that they will discover their true value: understanding who they truly are and why they are here.

We all want peace. It’s a common link between us all.
So every day I would look in the mirror and ask these questions:
Who am I?
Why am I here?
I must have asked God those questions thousands of times over the span of my life.
God did answer me, for He is faithful. He has always been with me. He was always telling me who I was and how much He loved me. I just wasn’t listening closely enough. I needed to be still so I could hear Him.
I now know who I am and why I'm here:
“To love and bring comfort to all who come my way. It’s simple, but not so easy when others have not found their true selves.
There are no more questions.
There is no more fear.
I have made peace with the present moment.

The now.
I’m on the positive side of the negative; I make a conscious choice every day to always see the positive in everyone and everything.
I no longer give much thought to the past or the future. I just move every day to serve and in that, I am one with life. Being one with life is being one with the now. I’ve realized that I don’t live my life, but Life lives through me. Life is the dancer, and I am the dance.
My life is about service, caring for others, and unconditional love, which is true love.
What about you? Who are you? Why are you here?
Ask yourself: What is my life about?
No one else can tell you who you are but you and God. So don’t let them.
You do have the ability to achieve whatever you desire.
Every one of us has value—precious value. This is why Christ died for you—because you hold so much value. He loves you that much!
My prayer is that you find a healing in my story, as much as it healed me to write it.”

-Bobbett Bettencourt