His Path, My Path-Ruth Allen

I have had many ideas growing up of what I plan to happen in my life, what I like to do, where I would like to go etc. 

I wanted to be a librarian growing up, and I wanted to marry a man like Will Smith (The actor) and I was going to have lots of children.

As children we have this simple plan which we would love to happen to us, normally stems from seeing all these romantic cartoons where the princess falls in love with prince charming and they live happily ever after. 

Are these real dreams and plans? Can we really live happily ever after?

Well I am not married to Will Smith and I don’t work in a library but I am content with who I am and where my life is taking me. 

If I was to sit down and write this article over a year ago I would not have the confidence to say that or believe that in anyway.

When I was a child, I did not think I would ever be divorced and a single mother and I never saw myself suffering with depression or illnesses. 

I have spent many of times angry at God and shouting and crying at Him and saying my life is too hard to live.

I have heard from people before that say if this was not hard work or challenging then life would …Get a free copy to read more

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