Self-worth, in my opinion, has been one of the most displaced and misplaced words. I have discovered that most people don’t know what it means. For example, if you love yourself too, a lot of people perhaps call you “arrogant,” but have no idea what it took for you to love yourself. Self-worth is the unique voice from your inner spirit, telling you that you are enough on this journey.
Self-worth is the courage to follow your dreams, follow your heart, and systematically understand that obstacles, setbacks, and disappointments cannot stop you unless you allow it. Self-worth- you have the human right and ability to rid yourself of things that cause you to hurt harm and danger.
Self-worth speaks to you and tells the truth and gives you fuel for experiencing love, peace, and harmony. Self-esteem gives you focus and commitment.
Work on building self-worth by reading positive messages, surround yourself with positive people, and speak positively into your spirit!
You are worth it! And you are enough! See, in the darkest hour self-worth will graciously offer hope and light. In a brighter moment, self-worth will celebrate the light. In the moment of confusion, self-worth will speak logically.
Your message of self-worth is your responsibility to keep safe and secure. Others do not guarantee your worth. The voices of others can’t validate your message of self-worth. You cannot clone self-worth! You cannot look into the lives of others and experience or expect to find your worth. I recall correctly the moment I discovered my worth. I found my worth after the death of my father at eight years old. I recognized that most little girls defined themselves early by what words a father spoke into existence. After the passing of my father, the messages became silent. And if they were talking were they going to speak out of love or control. So, I purposefully began to search what made me different. I quickly realized that I have a great ability to stand up for myself! I profoundly understood that I would need to read, speak, and believe the positive. As the years, would go by my definition of self-worth would change slightly for the betterment, but the fundamental purpose of my worth would stay securely and safely stored away in my inner spirit! I am a firm believer in that experiences will build character, but your self-worth creates your message of love.