Everyone, whether you want to admit it or not, is seeking attention. You may be a single woman, desiring to “get in the way” of your possible mate; or a writer seeking an editor or publisher – we are seeking attention from someone. I pose this question because as we are seeking the attention of others, I wonder if we are actually seeking validity because of our own insecurities.
I desire to live out a motto, “I Know Who I Am”, and in knowing who I am, I expect that those I need to be connected with will be discerned, initiated and manifested according to purpose. The danger of not knowing who you are as you’re seeking is that you’ll often fall prey to predators. If you seek, you will find; if you knock, a door will be opened – but is that door for you? What’s missing in you? Will it be found in another?
I am seeking the attention of someone, that someone is my Heavenly Father. I’m seeking for guidance from the Holy Spirit to aid me in forging forth on the path that God set before me. I’m seeking the attention of those who are “assigned” to me. I’m seeking the greater ME that’s within!
Before you go seeking again, know your why. If you’re not being led by the spirit of God, pause, reassess and pray that your reality will be revealed. Your truth is powerful, valuable, intentional and enough – seek no more.