You Are Worthy – Reflection – Kibwe Cooper

As much as I crave progress and achievement, I’ve often missed the mark on showing myself Grace and Love in favor of being high functioning. I’m learning that my worth isn’t dependant on my work output or the accolades that come from relentlessly pursuing accomplishments. But rather in my ability to intentionally be kind, positive, and unapologetically Me, even when I’ve made a mistake or don’t feel like I’m doing a great job. 

Your flaws serve to keep you diligent and grounded, Love them, and yourself. You are worthy of love even at your worst. 

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