Your name indicates to people just who you are and what you want to be called. Or at least what your parents wanted you to be called.
Perhaps it had a personal meaning for them or was a family favorite for some reason. But for whatever reason, this is what they wanted you to be known as.
Whether you like it or not, is up to you. You have to either come to terms with it or else change it. Some of us don’t really like our names but I personally think that mine is quite beautiful. It is very important however, that you should like your name.
As your own personal identity, I do believe that your name should express as much as it can what you stand for. Your name forever gives you…your own special identity and strength. And as long as it remains special to you, then you can use it in many ways to do this.
This is just a little short article that I’m writing to express my own personal feelings about how really important that your name is and why I think you should be especially proud of it.
Even if your name is odd or a little different than most, be glad. This is just another way, to uniquely express your own identity, and not be just like everybody else. We shouldn’t need a reason for this but sometimes we do.
If you wish to research your last name and what it actually means and perhaps even its history there are many places that you can do this…even the meaning of your first name.
My name is Anita. I believe in God. I am His child. These are my thoughts and this is who I am. God, I am Anita and this is what I want my name to represent:
All I have to offer to God is me,
Anita. I promise to be the best
Anita that I can be.
No one can love Him in the same
way I do…No One!
I will strive every day to
interpret His Will for me and to
do it. I will be faithful.
Today I will serve Him with all
my love and devotion. Today I
will totally Love as He does.
All I am and all I will become is
His Blessing to me. I am always
growing spiritually. Yes God, I
am Anita and Dear God, I am your
You might try this with your own name just for fun. Or if you’re a teacher, show your kids how to do it with their own names.