"I was called to love, not to hate," Meri wrote alongside a selfie of herself subtly smiling at the camera. "I was called to accept, not to condemn."
The post then went on to note that reality star was put here on earth "to love, to learn, to serve, to impact others in a positive way."
"I am not here to judge, to correct, to hold accountable, anyone but myself. I'm here to be a safe place, to have an open mind, heart, and home, and to make others feel loved and cared about. I am here to laugh, to enjoy life, and live it to it's fullest," she continued in part. "My calling, my job here on this earth, is to live a life of passion, of confidence, of authenticity, true to who I am, and true to who God made me to be. I am unapologetically me."
The self affirming note comes as Meri and her husband Kody Brown's marriage continues to get worse by the day. As OK! previously reported, the TLC star addressed her loyal followers about how she has not been blind about the cracks in their union.
"A few months ago, I used the word 'estranged' regarding my relationship, in a conversation with a friend," Meri wrote in a February 4 post she paired with a selfie. "It was the first time I had vocalized it, and it felt.... Honest."
"I know where my relationship is, I'm not oblivious to that. I will always look for the best in people and situations, and hope they see it too," Meri maintained. "I want to protect people, their emotions, the tough situations."
The mother-of-one — who shares daughter 26-year-old daughter Mariah with the patriarch, 53, — and Kody have been quite open about their lack luster relationship after being together for over 20-years.
"There's just nothing to talk about, really," the father-of-18 noted of their stale communication. "Listen, there was a hardness in our marriage that was so difficult and so antagonistic. I didn't know why we were in it."