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What’s your talent?

I was recent talking to someone who considers themselves to be a pagan and a witch. Very interesting person. They asked me at one point what my talent was. At first I was confused, so I asked them for some clarification. They said their own talent was being able to read auras, and they had a sensitivity to other people’s energy. I thought about it for a moment, and then I knew what my talent was.

I see people for who they really are. I see the truth behind the facade that they present to the world.

Everyone has a different ‘face’ that they put on for different people and situations. Most people’s faces are there to hide their true selves from those they’re interacting with.

I understand the fears and insecurities that people have, and how they’re driven to wear the faces that they think protect them. When I’m talking to someone about something meaningful, that grabs my attention, I’m looking past their face and into their soul. Most of them find it unnerving, and I don’t blame them. I don’t do this all the time, of course. That’d be too draining. I only do it with those I find highly interesting and intriguing, and who I want to understand more than I currently do.

They don’t like someone getting too close to them, knowing who they really are. How would you feel if someone could see past your disguise, and see all those things you’d rather no one knew?

However, everyone has a talent of some kind, even if they’re not fully aware of what it might be. Even you have a talent. Maybe you have a talent for reading people, for understanding them. Maybe you have a talent for making people laugh, or you can inspire them to do great things. Maybe you have some psychic ability that you use to help others with.

Whatever your talent is, it often has something to do with helping others.

So what’s your talent? I’d be interested in knowing.

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