I don't want to be one of those burdensome Christians. You know the ones: their only agenda is converting you or shoving Jesus down your throat. That's not what I'm about. When I die, the legacy I want to leave is love. I want people to say that I loved as hard, long, and as many as anyone is capable of, if not more. I want to heal people with my love, and Christ's love. It's only because of Christ that I am able to love. It's only because of Him that I have been loved, so therefore, I must pass it on. It's only because of His love that I live... that I didn't kill myself during 5 years of severe depression & suicidal attempts. Yes, I said it. I'm not ashamed of it. It's part of who I am. Accept it, or don't; It doesn't matter to me one way or another, because I accept it. It's my past, and it defines who I am. I've learned from my past. This, of course, does not mean I am perfect. I am human and make mistakes. I am a work in progress, but that doesn't keep me from doing my best to help others learn to understand themselves, or do my best to understand them.