just for today…remember your worthiness

Worthy is what we feel that we are…or not. The core of our feeling of worthiness is within us, and what we believe about who we are.

“When you get to a place where you understand that love and belonging, your worthiness, is a birthright and not something you have to earn, anything is possible.”

–  Brene Brown

We learn to feel worthy from the heart of who we are. As we heal ourselves from the beliefs we have come to hold as a result of our many life experiences, we remember who we really are. This healing process is called “doing our work.” Doing our work to claim responsibility for ourselves; to know that we have co-created experiences for the purpose of waking up to who we really are, and not what we have been told we are, is essential to living a life of unconditional love, peace, and therefore acceptance.  We love unconditionally. We offer peace and reconciliation without judgment, fear or condition. We are and know ourselves to be worthy…because we are HERE.

Let us remember that we are ALL worthy. It matters not whether another looks like us, or behaves like us, we are all worthy of love and belonging. Perhaps those who behave differently wish to feel loved by someone, accepted for who they are and included as a part of something that is bigger.

Remembering each day that we are worthy becomes a practice. A practice becomes a habit and then we remember without effort that we are worthy. When we know and feel from deep within, that we are worthy, we see and feel the worthiness of others.

Just for today, shall we remember – for just a few moments – that every human being that currently walks or has walked this planet all emanate from the same source? Shall we look at the people we see today through the compassionate eyes of our hearts? Shall we consider, for a moment, that everyone is doing the very best they can in this moment?

Just for today…remember your worthiness. See worthiness in others.

 

 

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