I wanna forget who I am; for when I think of myself, I’m distressed.

All I can think about is what I do wrong. All I can think about is what I don’t have or lack.

I wanna forget who I am; for when I think of myself, I think less about others.

I get selfish and forget about other people. I overlook other people’s needs. I overlook their feelings. I’m impatient and intolerant.

I wanna forget who I am; for when I think of myself, I forget why I’m here.

I was created to live for God and others. Not for myself. My goals become self-centered instead of God-centered.

I wanna forget who I am; for when I think of myself, humility is hard to find.

It’s harder to be humble when all I can see is me. But when I look out to others and see them as more than myself; when I look up to God and see He is more than myself, I became grateful to have Him and people in my life.

I wanna forget who I am; for when I think of myself, I think less of God.

Thinking of God is important to know who I really am and where I really stand. God can help me to see true beauty in others, in Him, and in myself.

But I can’t look to myself for that.