I am grace because I believe that the cracks and imperfections of my life and story are what makes me the most beautiful. I have and still face difficulties that have challenged my character, tested my perseverance, and required a lot of faith. I am not perfect, and no longer try to be. The pursuit of perfect is the villain. As I take on my life, I hope to empower others to know that it is not "being perfect" that makes us worthy, but embracing the quirks, embarrassing moments, and challenges along our journey, with much grace, is what helps us to become all we are meant to be.