Before the age of 22, Jasmine Murray had curated quite a resume: Finalist on “American Idol.” Miss Mississippi title. Top 10 Miss America. Appearances on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “Live! With Regis & Kelly.” By anyone’s standards, she made it to the top. But the bright lights of success can cast a long, dark shadow. For Jasmine, that shadow hid anxiety that became difficult at times. In the dark, fear whispered she was not good enough. But with a supportive family, a divine songwriting appointment and help from God, she began pushing back and using her platform to show others they are not alone.