10 Reasons Why You Are Good Enough
1. You are good enough because of the very fact that you exist. You were chosen by God or whatever you choose to believe in, you are here. You have a purpose, connect with it, and understand what it is so you can fulfill it.
2. You are good enough because you are entirely unique. You have something no one else can offer. A killer smile, an affinity for cooking, excellent communication skills, your ability to calm heated situations — whatever your specialty might be, you’ve got something no one else can compare to.
3. You are good enough because you make mistakes and you choose to learn from them. Even if they are huge ones. And that’s awesome because it gives you the chance to become better. And you choose to take it.
4. You are good enough because people out there love you. You might not think so all the time, but they do. Perhaps they should tell you that more often, or perhaps you should pay closer attention - they may not always say it with words.
5. You are good enough because you have chosen to love. You have shown vulnerability and that is real strength. You have given someone a tender and precious part of yourself that you can’t get back. This shows more courage than anything else.
6. You are good enough because you let go of people that hurt you and you chose to move forward in life. You understood that you were worth more and you learned to move on.
7. You are good enough because you are able to forgive. Forgiveness is a quiet strength that frees us from invisible bonds.
8. You are good enough because you have let your emotions consume you at times. You’ve sat down and drowned in yourself and truly known what it means to be human.
9. You are good enough because you’ve watched the sunrise or listened to the wind blowing the leaves around and actually appreciated it. You think outside of yourself.
10. You are good enough because even if you may be having a rough day, you know that things will get better. You have hope. You let the beauty of the brighter days ahead of you carry you on until you reach them.
(Adapted from TK Mark.)