Broken Doesn’t Mean Worthless.

Growing up I know I felt broken. Not because my parents didn’t raise me right, but because I didn’t see my value. Everyone is valuable. From the poorest of the poor, to the richest of the richest. It doesn’t matter what color your skin color is, or what eye color you have. If you’ve got a bachelors degree, or a GED. Whether you are single, or you are married. Whether you have done one wrong thing, or a hundred. Whether you are popular, or you have one friend. You are worthy of hearing these things.

You are valuable. 

You are loved.

You are lovely. 

You are needed.

You are powerful. 

You are beautiful. 

You are amazing. 

You are strong. 

You can rise above. 

You are desired. 

You are special. 

You are wanted.

You are unique.

Don’t ever forget this okay. You are needed yesterday, today, and tomorrow. You are loved and valuable. No matter what the world says about you, please don’t give up. Please don’t choose death over life today. I need you. The world needs you. Your parents need you. Your friends need you. 

Share with someone you love today, about what makes them valuable. Let’s not tear down others, but empower, and encourage others. Let’s stand up and encourage the women in our lives. Let’s be women of change, and encouragement.

 

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