I spent a good portion of my childhood trying to be enough.


“Maybe it’s time to consider that
The Universe is not worthiness-based but creativity-based.

Jennifer Hough


Worthiness. I spent a good portion of my childhood trying to be enough.

How about you?

Every time you seek to prove your worth, you are coming from a place that presumes that you’re somehow lacking.

You were literally an etheric metaphysical being, who poured into a body in perfect timing. You are a meat suit flying through space at 55,000 miles per hour while miraculously housing a soul and spirit. You witness sunsets, mountain tops, births, deaths. You breathe the air that trillions of trees breathe out just for you!

What could you ever do to prove your worth?

You were born. Consciousness/God/Creation in concert with your soul, thought you were a good idea such that you would experience the miracle of life.

Who are you trying to prove your worth to? A fallible human being… a parent?

Maybe it’s time to consider that The Universe is not worthiness-based but creativity-based.

Spending time trying to prove your worth immediately takes you out of the flow with “All That Is” which already presumes your worth.

Oddly, that will only make you feel even less worthy because your Greater Wisdom will not join you in that place where you’re choosing to go. Your connection to God is compromised, because you’re arguing with the reality of the miracle of your life, instead of simply creating and honoring your life in doing so.

Just something to ponder as you go about your day.

Maybe there is nothing to prove and everything to play with!

I’m gonna go jump in the sandbox of life, wanna come?

With love,
Jennifer
xoxoxo


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