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You Are Valuable

Most of the time when we talk about something being valuable (having importance or use, worth, having qualities worthy of respect, esteem and admiration), we often connect it with materialistic items; things we can see, taste, or touch. However, what happens if we reflect this on ourselves? Is the value (worth, respect, importance) still the same or does it change? What would happen if we pulled up a seat, sat down, took out the imaginary mirror, looked into it, and simply asked, ‘Am I valuable?’
What would your firstthoughtbe? What would you say
Yesor no? Would you even respond?

… something to think about.
Why can it be so hard to value ourselves? Why is looking in the mirror difficult at times? How can such a simple question be challenging to answer? Is it because we allowed something or someone become the measuring rod for our self-value? Maybe we have let our characters, natures, situations, circumstances, relationships, behaviours, culture, society, education, jobs and careers, ma…