Life is not easy. There are all kinds of ways we can mess up life. And we all do. Personhood is harder than it looks.
Who is really good at being a person? And is that the same thing as being a good person?
Personhood entails a wide range of skills: walking, talking, listening, loving, eating, serving, creating, working, sharing, confessing, confronting, exploring, explaining... The list is endless. So personhood is about doing life. Some people are better at personhood than others.
I'm still learning how to be a person: how to navigate through life, how to keep (gain?) my sanity, how to develop my strengths, how to love others, how to worship.
It's not easy, but it is rewarding.