As I begin this blogging journey I am pretty confused about how to write it and what I want to say so that it has meaning and value for you. I am struggling to decide which voice I should be speaking from. Do I simply share my personal reflections with you or depersonalize it and use a third person voice. As I write these words it already becomes clear that anything I have to say needs to come from my own voice. The last thing I would want to read is someone telling me their version of “how things are or, more offensively, how they ought to be.” I feel pretty embarrassed even writing these words so I suppose that is the proof that speaking in the first person is the more authentic and therefore more honest way to proceed.
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