I get this question all the time from everyone about my blog posts. This is written with the lightest heart, and a bit of fun and a mention of "hmmm" maybe in there too.
We are all mirrors, are we not? The only way we can even "comprehend" something is if it is meant for us. Otherwise we don't pay any attention to it, we blow it off as whatever and we keep going. It's the things that "stop" us and get our attention that we are supposed to pay attention to, is it not?
When I write about anger, control, ego, blame, struggle, pain, etc. I do this from a "my understanding" viewpoint. Some are my logical brain posts where I just "work through things" that I encounter. Others are my "higher self" understandings which take on a whole new aspect of their own. Both serve a purpose, so both get posted here.
I have many conversations that "spark" a blog post. Just the last few day, tons of them. Many are reflections of things I observe or recall. Some are the "advice" or comments that "fall" out of my mouth when I "teach" or just speak in every day interactions. Some are "channeled" and some are "experiential".
I have experienced everything. Have, do, will. I have been journaling since early 1990's (I need to go back and see when that started). Writing is a huge part of what I do. It started out as my own "therapy" years ago. Now I use it to help others while working through my own stuff and continue on my own journey of awakening.
We all have daily, physical struggles. We are not "special" because of these. Sorry to say. I could choose to sit and list every struggle, but it doesn't serve a purpose right now. We continue to face the same struggles, challenges, issues, etc. until we "get it", accept it, and let it go.
So, if you identify with something here, I would hope you would use that as an indicator that it is meant to bring your attention to something that you need to focus on for yourself. I write this with the highest love possible, knowing what it is to have to struggle through something. Difference is, we don't have to struggle as "badly" as we do, as we tend to create our own chaos & our own conflicts. There is ease in going with the flow, and not working against ourselves.
So, if you are reading this and you are wondering if I am writing it about you, you already know your own answer. Technically it wasn't, but when you ask that question, then it IS! lol
(Now, I wrote this out of fun, because it was a fun topic, but I am sure many will get their feathers ruffled. Sorry, but not really. I LOVE YOU!)