Worth is a mighty, validating measurement. Have you considered your worth?
What are you worth? In the creation of Monday miracles, the subject of worthiness or validity probably comes up for you at random times and in all probability your answers to that question of “worth” is manifested by behaviors that support your belief or self valuation. This means then, that having an accurate sense of your worth is of defining merit. This question and the answer you equate with it parallels the age old seminal question: Who am I?
Your calculation – far beyond numerical digits – of your worth can canalize or give direction to discovering perpetual happiness, inner acceptance, quiet resolve, and illumined grace. Thus, determining what you are worth is significant.
How do you determine what you are worth?
Here are a few ways to consider worth: (please modify and add to this short list)
- How do you feel about your contributions in life up to now? Are you excited, ready to contribute more because what you do has made a difference?
- Do you feel respected and valued for what you do and who you are?
- What do others say about you that speak to the worthiness of who you are?
- When do you feel most worthy?
These questions are meant only to probe your inner psyche about how you perceive worth. That is the true measurement of miraculous worth. I’ve often repeated the title of one of my favorite books by Terry Cole Whitaker, What You Think of Me is None of My Business; the reason being is because what others think of you is measureless compared to what you think of you.
What you think of yourself is the true, telling point of self-valuation. Nothing more, nothing less. What you believe or perceive and accept about yourself tells it all.
If you cannot accept your noble worth and power, then no one else will.
A healthy sense of worth does not signify arrogance nor does a lower sense of worth signify humility or servility. Neither extreme is your lifeline. What is more likely when you probe deeply the questions, is a balanced symmetry of traits and actions that fluctuate in measures of impact.
We are all WORTHY. There is not one worthless person alive. The honor is to recognize our worth and to acknowledge the worth in others. It matters not the measuring tool you use nor the size of our measurement, what matters is the acceptance of who you are and then loving that special worth within yourself and in others.
“There are four questions of value in life: What is sacred? Of what is the spirit made? What is worth living for? and What is worth dying for? The answer to each is the same-only love.” ~Johnny Depp
You are worthy, priceless estimations of joy and love.
Tell us how you determine your worth. Let’s start an open conversation around the question: How do you determine your worth?