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Never Ask Yourself This Question

I have to be honest. I’ve never asked myself this question. And in fact, I’m pretty sure the only reason it’s even a thing is because pop psychology made it one.

So, have you ever asked yourself:

“Am I Enough?”

I guess my biggest problem with this question is its utterly vague nature. Enough of what? Enough of a parent? Enough of an athlete? A philanthropist? A student? A professional?

Ultimately, leaving that little detail out leaves only one option: everything.

And, spoiler alert: the answer is always yes!

God, the Universe, whatever you want to call it, doesn’t make mistakes. Everyone is perfect exactly the way you are.

And everyone is completely worthy of the very best life has to offer.

No matter what it is that you are working on in your life, no matter what it is that makes you feel small, you are doing the best you can with what you’ve got and therefore, you are enough.

No one can be more than what they are.

So, who are you?

And who do you want to be?

That differential is your potential and you already have every single thing you need to own your greatest dreams. You may have to dig inside–and you may have to dig down deep–but it’s there.

You are enough to earn a million dollars this year. You are enough to deserve the love of your dreams. You are enough to be healthy and happy and strong and….content. (Oh…and, yes, you are enough to nail your handstands. That, too.)

Whoever ever put the idea in your head that you are any less is not worthy of you, your time, or your energy.

If you want a question to ponder, ponder this instead:

Who am I?

And then bask in the glory of the answer.

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