Each of us is so valuable. We need others, and others need us.
Each of us is so worth our effort to help, to offer for others, to each one in need.
We are needed, even if we only help one other person. Our life matters to that one other person. We are valuable to that other person.
Each of us is so valuable.
Each individual, each person, each one of us – we are valuable. We may feel forgotten. We may feel worthless. We may feel lost to the world, alone, disconnected, and unfriended.
But, the Truth is the opposite. We are so valuable.
Would that I could give everyone who reads this the ultimate feeling and experience of being loved, by Infinite Love, across all time and across all space – known for who we are, and how we have lived, and yet still love for just being our self, … I would make it so.
But, each of us must choose for ourselves if we’re going to open to this experience or not open to it.
“I stand at the door and knock” – Infinite Love says to us every moment of every second, of every minute, of every day.
This is how close we are to welcoming in Infinite Love – Unending Love – the Love that enlivens us, and gives us life abundantly – to being loved Infinitely and without end.
Each one of us is so Valuable.
Whomever told us that we were worthless, was misguided, and has not yet chosen to be loved by Unending Love. Whomever believed we are not valuable has never known how truly valuable each of us is.
For so many of us, our suffering is so deep. Our suffering and sorrows lay deep within us, likely unknown to the people around us. We may come to think and believe any number of things about ourselves or others, related to this suffering. We may lose our own awareness of Love, of value, of worth and of others. We may only experience being alone, having no one in our life who knows us anymore.
But, with every experience of alone-ness any of us go through, others of us are knocking at the door. With every sorrow and pain any one of us – you – me – may go through, others of us are trying to find you. We are your family and friends whose names you may not even know.
We are here to help you.
And, we need you, too.
We are your brothers and sisters. We are your family members, your friends. We are your parents and your children.
We are also the ones alone and forgotten, and we are the ones who ask for someone to help us, too.
We are the ones who are ready to help you – who know and love you, and know how valuable you are.
We are your friends, because we want to be, not because you have something we want, but because you are you and you are valuable …. and so are we.
We are together. We need one another. You are so valuable, because you are. Even if momentarily forgotten, we are all valuable to each other. And we try to remind each other of this when we stand at your door and knock.
God Bless you, you valuable friends and family.
You are so right, Jodie! You, too, are so valuable to many of us! Thank you for reminding us!