There’s no one in this world born flawless, no matter how marvelous they seem. No exclusion. Me and you are included.
Behind a flaw created along with a man, there should be an aim God intended. It might be to keep a man’s knee bent, a back stooped, in another name, it keeps a man down to earth.
Have you ever thought that you’re incredibly fascinating with all the things belong to you and suddenly feel slapped on the face by a contrary your conscience’s saying? Sometimes your mind cordially reminds you your flaw so that you can’t just be proud of your-mega-self.
So, I reckon, a flaw’s aimed to remind us to stay down to earth, to keep us humble, to elude us being excessive complimenting ourselves for many gifts given from God — instead of to make us down, to lament a fate given, or anything else leading into a sorrow.
Let me tell you a story of mine. When I was growing up, I used to be a girl who felt inferior in any intercourses just because of my physical flaw. I sometimes made a conversation with others without any confidence along with me.
I didn’t have an enough bravery to talk with them through my eyes to theirs. Fear brought me into a reluctance to talked face to face, I didn’t want to see them confused in interpreting to whom I spoke with.
But as the time goes by, through the books I’ve read, belief in God, discussion with family and friends — a new spirit came. From that time, I promised myself never feel sad for what God had given. And sure, my confidence gradually grows up. I never blamed the condition, gratitude comes substituting blaming. Thanking God had been making my life’s better.
So, like I said before, the aim of a flaw escorting ourselves is to make us still humble for other things God have given which are fascinating.
Never let a sadness come along to our days just because of a flaw escorting us. Be grateful for what we have and see the impact of being positive! Cheers! :D