Are you worthy? The greatest challenge for most of us is believing that we are worthy now, right this minute.
Are you worthy?
I'm going to read this passage from the author, Brene Brown, because I think she nails it.
The greatest challenge for most of us is believing that we are worthy now. Right this minute.
Worthiness doesn't have prerequisites though. So many of us have knowingly created, unknowingly allowed, been handed down a long list of worthiness prerequisites.
I'll be worthy when I lose 20 pounds.
I'll be worthy when I get pregnant.
I'll be worthy if I can get/stay sober.
I'll be worthy if everyone thinks I'm a good parent.
I'll be worthy when I can make a living selling my art.
I'll be worthy if I can hold my marriage together.
I'll be worthy when I make partner.
I'll be worthy when my parents finally approve of me.
I'll be worthy If he calls back and asks me out.
I'll be worthy when I can do it all and look like I'm not even trying.
Here is what is truly at the heart of wholeheartedness.
Worthy now, not if, not when. We are worthy of love and belonging now, right this minute, as is.
That is so well said. We are all worthy... right now. We might be trying to improve. And that means we're not perfect, even though as they say, we're often perfect as we are for this time and moment. But we're striving for perfection. We're striving to be better, but you're already worthy. You're worthy right in this minute, right now and don't you forget it.
So today, step back, take a deep breath in and say, I am worthy. Another deep breath. Do it again. I am worthy.
And allow me to reinforce that. You are indeed worthy. Have an amazing day and I will talk to you tomorrow.