Shirley Bassey in her inspired song belts out: ‘I am what I am, I am my own special creation….Life ain’t worth a damn, till you can say, “Hey, world, I am what I am!”’
Self-worth is evident when we realise that we are a unique, beautiful, expression of the Universe. We have a valuable purpose without which this cosmos would be incomplete.
If you judge yourself by your income, your possessions, your flaws, your strengths, your relationships, you are likely to find yourself lacking, as the Universe ensures that you will always find at least one person who is richer, prettier, kinder, cleverer, luckier in love…Why? The answer is profound in its simplicity – the less you can see of your inner worth, the more will the Universe reflect the hidden for you, so that, in the reflection, you can see the value that lies within. But, sadly, we view this reflection as something ‘out there’ that is unattainable, and chase a rainbow that never seems to end in the pot of gold.