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Come Back To Your First Love

Written by: Ajabeyang Amin, Executive Contributor

Executive Contributors at Brainz Magazine are handpicked and invited to contribute because of their knowledge and valuable insight within their area of expertise.


It’s in the disconnection

The feeling that you are here but you are not really here

The feeling that you know but you don’t really know

The pulling away from who you were meant to be

The pulling away from your soul

The yearning to be known, to be seen

The yearning to be accepted for who you really are

The heartache, the pain, the conflict, the strife

The confusion from being seduced by multiple things

The confusion from all the noise

The longing for something more compelling

The longing for someone who will love you unconditionally

A heart that yearns for one

One way, one hope, one truth, one love

And he already came

He was here, he was really here

Search no more, look no further

He has come to mend the disconnection

To see you for who you really are

To give you true freedom

To bring you back to yourself

To heal the heartache, the pain, the conflict, the strife

To offer you unconditional love

To set your heart in one direction

He is the way, the truth, and the life

Our only hope in a dark world

In this life, things may not always be sweet

But his promises are eternal

So, what are you waiting for?

Come back to the lover of your soul

Come back to your first love

His name Jesus!

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Ajabeyang Amin, Executive Contributor Brainz Magazine Dr. Ajabeyang Amin is a psychologist, Christian counselor, and blogger. She founded the blog, African Mind Healer where she writes on mental health, culture, and faith. She is dedicated to helping people heal from their traumas, get unstuck from their past, blossom into authenticity, and do the things they are called to do. She has helped multiple individuals and couples work through various life challenges. She is inspired by her faith, her clients, her experiences living in multiple countries (Cameroon, Senegal, Ghana, France, El-Salvador) and 5 U.S. states, and by being a highly sensitive person. She holds a PsyD in counseling psychology from Northwest University, an MPH from the University of Michigan, and a BS from Penn State University. As you read her writing, her unique background and perspective might just inspire you to take a pause and think about your life.



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