Facing the truth about self is not easy most of the time, but here are six of them:
1. I use my disabilities as an excuse sometimes or to make people feel I'm entitled to certain things. I'm not proud of it either.
2. I'm the product of an adoption gone wrong from the beginning, and I do have attachment and bonding issues as a result.
3. No matter how much I wish, I don't think I really believe in G-d but I'm raising my kids as Torah loving, G-d seeking young men and yes, I do feel like a hypocrit, but I think it's the best for them.
4. Some so called Christians annoy me to no end (same with some so called Jews), but I admire and respect strong faith and Christians who actually live their Christianity. Rich Mullins is my hero, his songs still make feel a lot closer to HaShem (in whom, as I said before, I'm not sure I actually believe.)
5. My kids (10 and almost 6) know more about forensics than about cartoons. That's because I keep leaving my books on forensics all around the place.
6. I'm not feeling at home in my chosen (home)land and it deeply troubles me. Yet I think it's the best place for my kids so I am trying to change that feeling.