“Society tends to measure our worth by what we do, as well as by how much and how well we do it. Yet, in truth, our worth never depends on our accomplishments or lack of them. It’s not in accomplishing something of greatness that you gain your worth. It is in appreciating your true worth that everything you do becomes of great value. When you truly value your life, every smile, every handshake, every word you speak carries the truth and power of your worth.
When we do not know our worth, everything we do carries our ignorance and reflects the very destruction of that worth. It isn’t that when we commit a crime we become worthless denizens in this world. It’s that when we forget our true worth, we reflect our ignorance of our worth in the crimes we commit. In ignorance, we isolate ourselves from the purpose for which we came into being.”
Michael J. Tamura, in “You Are the Answer”
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