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Where do you find your worth?

Where do you think your identity lies?


Material possessions? Relationships? Addiction? Religion? Money?

Think about it.

If someone were to describe you, are you who you want to be? Are you happy with how you would be conceived, believed?

Material Possessions.

‘ Material things simply can not fill our aching void, rather they leave us wanting more.’

Meaningless Relationships.

‘ Refuse to be somebody’s sometimes.’ 

Broken Families. Broken Promises.

‘Maybe it’s not always about trying to fix something broken. Maybe it’s about starting over and creating something better.’

I know it all to well – the feeling of worthlessness. It’s one of the worst feelings you can feel in this world. You feel sick with hurt. You feel purposeless. You feel like nothing. You can’t stand up because the world is pushing you down to the ground.

How do you bring yourself back up? How?

Do you repeat what got you there in the first place? That’s the natural reaction, isn’t it? Because you think it might work this time. It doesn’t though.

Find your worth in something everlasting.

Find your worth. It’ll save your life.



” So many people are shut up tight inside themselves like boxes, yet they would open up , quite wonderfully if only you were interested in them. “
Sylvia Plath