You Are Worthy

There is nothing so rewarding as to make people realize that they are worthwhile in this world.” ―Bob Anderson

Are you tired of wearing a mask, trying to be someone other than who you are?

Wouldn’t you like the right just to be accepted as you are, without the pressure to be someone you really don’t know how to be?

We need to remember how to accept ourselves, warts and all..

If I were to base my value or worth on my perceived flaws or weaknesses, my value would be next to nothing. The truth is, our inherent worth is not based on what we can or cannot do.

It’s based on who we are, which is divine and already perfect.

Learn to accept yourself fully, and like who you are regardless of your weaknesses (every one and I mean every one of us has them). And more importantly, stop rejecting yourself because of your weaknesses.

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Life Pressures

There are pressures on us from many sources try to keep us feeling like we don’t measure up to the standard of where we should be. I got news for you, whether you measure up or not has nothing to do with your real worth and value.

You can still love yourself even when you fail miserably. As I matter of fact I highly encourage you do so.

The opinion we have of ourselves affects all our relationships, especially the most important one. The one we have with ourselves.

When we solely base our value on our performance, we are truly undermining ourselves. We stop thinking of ourselves as a piece of divine creation, and instead, we only see ourselves as a small person with little value.

It’s funny that I am writing about our perceived worth as the Olympics is happening. The World’s top athletes have gathered in London to bring us a spectacle of competition and personal performance.

Even if an Olympian doesn’t qualify, even if they don’t win a medal, it has no real effect on their self-worth. That is, unless they choose to decide to.

The Key to real self-worth is as simple as just accepting that worthiness is who you are. You don’t need to do anything, earn anything, or be anything.

Self-worth is your birthright.

Your Heart

Your greatest strength is your heart.

With the right heart, your perceived weaknesses are not that important. For the most part your weaknesses are weaknesses because you are looking at them through the wrong lens.

Perhaps one of your parents was hard on you and now you adopted that same perception of yourself.

I love this quote from Einstein about our value. “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.”

So please, come to terms with yourself and remember that your value is not in what you do, but in who you are.

And that includes your perceived weaknesses.

Wouldn’t you love to start your day without having all the internal chatter of the mistakes you made the day before?

To not have to be re-minded through your thoughts that you have to constantly improve yourself?

Once you are able to come into peace with yourself, you will begin to come into peace with other people.

When you are able to learn to accept and love yourself, you will more easily begin to like and accept others too. As above so below.

Every one of us is perfectly imperfect. Accept it, love it, allow it, and remember you are worthy.

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