You Are Worthy | Heavenletters

You Are Worthy | Heavenletters

Beloved, now I share more with you about the freedom I desire you to manifest in your life. Of course, you’re aware that freedom may seem to be whisked away from under you. Whisked? More’s the pity as you seem to give your freedom boldly away. You seem to give away your life voluntarily without realizing it. You concede your rights in favor of another’s as if you have to be the good guy, which is the same as being over-eager to please others more than yourself. You are indeed eager to deed over your basic rights to others; therefore, to make yourself the good guy.

You do know what I’m talking about – as if another must be so much more worthy than you to the degree that you, yourself, may feel obliged to take the back seat. You are eager to put the other party’s privilege before your own, and so to dub yourself the fairest of all. You may come to to regret this, for you don’t always have the strength to follow through as the ultimate good guy.

Represent yourself. It isn’t selfish to know thyself. I say firmly once and for all that you are worthy. You are worthy. You are coming to grips with your worthiness now. Well done. You are moving forward. Be done with weighing matters that do not belong to you. Save yourself from drowning first.

Now you’re getting down to the truth at hand. No longer erase yourself in the slightest. Unless you have known your worthiness, you have been misinformed. You are worthy. There is no excess generosity you have to prove. There never was. Beloved, you are entitled to consider yourself as well as others. You don’t have to be good to excess. You are good enough.

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2 thoughts on “You Are Worthy | Heavenletters”

  1. Igen, korábban mások igényeit magam elé helyeztem. Időközben megtanultam, lehet úgy is szeretni és segíteni másoknak, hogy a saját érdekeimet figyelembe vegyem és az egyéniségem ne csorbuljon. Szeretem magam, nem fogadom el, hogy mások irányítsanak, így őrzöm meg a szabadságomat.

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  2. Translated; “Yes, I previously put the needs of others in front of me. In the meantime, I’ve learned to love and help others to take into account my own interests and not to disrupt my individuality. I love myself, I do not accept that others are in charge, so I keep my freedom


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