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Nothing Magical about Worthiness.

Updated: Mar 8, 2023

In our culture, we are often taught that we must work hard and earn everything we have, including love, happiness, and success. While delayed gratification can be a useful trait, this belief can also lead to a sense of unworthiness and the belief that we are only deserving of good things if we have earned them. This can create a cycle of overworking and never feeling like we are enough, which can lead to unhappiness and shame.

It's important to recognize that we are all inherently deserving of love, happiness, and respect simply because we exist. We don't have to earn these things, and we don't have to constantly prove our worth through our work or achievements. We are enough just as we are.

It's also important to remember that when we adopt this belief that we must earn everything, we can unintentionally pass this on to our loved ones, especially our children. They may grow up feeling that they must earn our love and respect, rather than knowing that they are inherently deserving of it.

Instead of perpetuating this belief, we can work to cultivate self-love and self-compassion. We can acknowledge our worthiness and work towards a healthier balance between delayed gratification and enjoying the present moment. By doing so, we can break free from the cycle of overworking and feeling unworthy, and instead, embrace a life filled with love, happiness, and self-acceptance.

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