What do we define our worth by?
What does worth even mean to us?
Is it the dictionary definition? The number of zeros on our pay check, the person we marry, the amount of weight we can bench press or even the number we see on the scale?
Are we only worthy after we’ve exhausted every option, beaten ourselves to the ground with what we should be doing, where we should be going, who we should be with?
Are you only worthy if you hit your calorie goal target or run a mile in under 6 minutes or make it to the gym even if you’re exhausted?
Do you squash your own hopes and dreams and desires because you believe you are unworthy of them?
Do you believe that’s you will only be at home in your own body if you get that person to love you or that company to hire you or that house on the lake?
We need to stop.
We need to reflect on what worth actually means.
“the value equivalent to that of someone or something under consideration; the level at which someone or something deserves to be valued or rated.”
Now, I need to tell you something; it is your birthright to be worthy of all that is good in this world simply because you are alive and human.
From the minute you were born the universe had conspired to bless you, it is only when the ego and the hardships and negative energy of people before you who lost their own paths that may have filled you with false ideals. Their views on life, marred by their own faults and experiences, changed your perspective and taught you that you need others approval to appreciate what is good in life.
I don’t know who this person was for you, or when it happened, but I do know that all of this is an illusion.
It does not matter where you came from, who you used to be, who you are now, or ANYTHING. All that matters is for you to have the realization to open your eyes and see the truth as it is. You are worthy.
You are not worthy because I wrote this blog post to tell you and give you permission of this fact. You are worthy because the cosmos deemed you as so from the beginning. The heavens were fully aware of who you would become, the mistakes and triumphs you would make, the people you would meet and the desires that would fill you heart.
They made you who you are, and who you are is worth living for.