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Discover Your Worth

Self-worth is not a thing; it is a perception. Just as a gymnast begins a routine with ten points and receives deductions for each mistake, so you began life with a natural, complete sense of worth. (Have you ever met an infant with self-worth issues?) But as you grow, you serve as your own judge, deducting points when you misunderstand the nature of living, and learning-when you forget you are a human-in-training and that making mistakes and having slips of integrity and mediocre moments are a part of life.

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