What is the most valuable thing you have learned since you got your gun?
This is such a vast question and there are so many ways I could go with trying to answer it. I have learned so much about guns and laws and holsters and the undead, but the most valuable, what is the most valuable thing I have learned?
I guess the most valuable thing I have learned is a deeper understand of me.
I have learned so much about myself. Not only about who I want to be, but who I already am.
I have learned that I have an aggressive side and I like it.
I have learned to stand up for myself and not just when my life is in danger. I am not super good at this, but I am on my way.
I have learned I can be feminine and carry a big gun.
I have learned that I love to learn about guns. I seriously can not get enough. I thought it was all driven by fear, but it isn’t. It is a passion. a passion I never ever knew I had. It is not a passing fancy or a fad, it is me.
I have learned not to be afraid and when I am, to face it.
I have learned that asking for help can be the most empowering, freeing, beneficial, gift one can give themselves.
I have learned to take risk and do to thing just for the sake of doing them.
I have learned that I am worth the fight. I always believed I was valuable and never thought I deserved any harm to come my way, but I never actively fought for it.
Now, I do.
Everyday, in all kinds of ways, I fight for my life. For it’s safety, but also for it’s joy.
That fight in me, for me, is the absolute most valuable thing I have learned.