WORTH IT

Saying, “I’m good enough”

gets laughs on Saturday Night Live.

 

Saying, “I’m good enough”

isn’t encouraged.

 

We are told it’s silly, selfish, and self-centered.

 

Maybe we should change it to:

“I’m worth it”.

 

I’m worth

the time to care for my body,

mind,

spirit.

 

I’m worthy of the

love,

grace,

and forgiveness

I give to myself.

 

Cultivating your worth

means you have more to give.

 

It’s not selfish.

 

When you have more to give,

others feel worth it, too.


You’re worth it.