True Worth

“Winning or losing an argument, receiving an acceptance or rejection, is no proof of the validity or value of personal identity. One may be wrong, mistaken, or a poor craftsman, or just ignorant. But this is no indication of the true worth of one’s total human identity: past, present and future!” 

~ Sylvia Plath ~
 


It’s not about how much you earn, or how high your position is in your company. It’s not about your net worth, or how massive your assets are. It’s not about how many followers you have on social media, or how often people talk about you that puts you on top most search person in Google.
 

It’s not about what your colleagues and friends says about you. It’s not about what your family and relatives thinks of who you are. It’s not about what your love one or special someone wants you to be. It’s not what you say or how you say to them that matters.
 

No one can judge you or evaluate you. They don’t have the right to, unless you allow them. Only you can know your own strength and weaknesses on either personally or professionally. You alone knows your own thoughts, your ideas, your actions, and your beliefs.
 

Remember, do not allow other people to judge you and denigrate you.


 
You know what you believe in and you know your maximum potential. It is how much you value yourself. It is how you view yourself, develop yourself, and mature as a person. Only you can know your true worth.



 



 

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