I'm not referring to material worth here. What is it that you bring to the table in life on a consistent basis?
Are you a nurturer, caregiver?
Are you always optimistic? Invigorating others to look to the brighter side of things?
Are you a mediator, bringing family and friends to middle ground?
Are you the one who seems to always be fair and eschew judgment of others?
Are you the light at the end of the tunnel for your loved ones?
Are you a good listener, always providing an outlet for those in need?
Do you frequently drop what you are doing to be there for a friend?
Do friends give you accolades for your forgiving nature?
These are but a few examples of personality traits that shape the world around you and carry you through life. I encourage you to pat yourself on the back and listen to your inner voice that says you have value and worth beyond what is tangible and visible.
The things in life that truly matter are of the heart and soul. What you have to offer is within you as a woman and has been shaped by your own response to experiences within your own life journey. How you interact with others on a daily basis is a manifestation of your love and respect for yourself and all of mankind.
Being busy with life, work, family, and responsibilities untold every single day can sometimes interfere with the true meaning of life. Stop and smell the roses of you. Value yourself on a deeper level. Be proud of all that you have to give that comes from within.
Life is meant to be an experience of pleasure, love, happiness, and joyful experience. Embrace the small acts of generosity everyday. Be truly thankful every single day...you can always find somewhere to lay your gratitude. When, at first, you value your own worth then your eyes can be opened to all the beauty that surrounds you.
You really do create your own path in life and the value you place on yourself is a great place to start.
You are an awesome person! Always remember that and smile at yourself in the mirror because you have so much to give.
Here is a great article from a blogger friend, Melissa Johnson, From her Blog: Journey of a Thousand Hearts. I encourage you all to read it. Just click the link below. Enjoy!