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Am I Valuable?

A lot of times, we feel unloved because the kind of love or affection that we ever long are grafted from someone who is so out of reach. Out of reach in the sense, for example, someone that is already happy with someone that isn’t you, the woman or the guy from the past, your crush (especially your crush who doesn’t even know you’re feeling the feels. I mean, we sometimes don’t accept the fact that the love we dream to experience is the love we cannot ever have.

And then we feel worthless. To love somebody secretly is such a wonderful feeling, but there’s something there. When it becomes too much affection, it eventually becomes an addiction. We then question our value.

Why he doesn’t like me? Why he can’t just see my worth? Why in the world he was just looking at my ‘my day’ and not replying to any of these? Why is that person stop talking to me? Why is that he never dare to talk to me? Why… why he doesn’t ‘love me back’? Or in a much funny way of saying, why he isn’t ‘crushing back’? and there are many of these rejections out there that question your worth. These are only the usual few.

Hey. It’s fine. Maybe you feel worthless because you’re putting your worth in the wrong place. Maybe you cannot see how valuable you are, because you are placing your value in the wrong person. Because you know what? With the right person, you will mean anything. I am going to leave you a classic story that talks about value. May you know what value really means after reading this. (I wish I could mention the author of this short story, but it was only shared by my aunt, and she also doesn’t know

Here’s the story:

“A father, before he died, said to his son: “this is a watch your grandfather gave me and is more than 200 years old. But before I give it to you, go to the watch shop on the first street and tell him I want to sell it and see how much he offers you”.

He went and then came back to his father and said, “the watchmaker offered 5 dollars because it’s old”.

He said to him: “go to the coffee shop”.

He went and then came back and said: “He offered $5 father”.

“Go to the museum and show that watch”.

He went then came back and said to his father, “They offered me a million dollars for this piece”.

The father said: “I wanted to let you know that the right place values you in the right way.

“Don’t find yourself in the wrong place and get angry if you are not valued.”

I forgot who said this, but it is part of the story (I just highlighted it)

“Those that know your value are those who appreciate you – don’t stay in a place where nobody sees your value”.

I forgot who said this, but it is part of the story (I just highlighted it)

You’re valuable in the right place and with the right person. And sometimes it isn’t a person, it is God.





Fight, little soul, fight!

Forever and always,

Kryzylle Nicole

hebrews 11:16

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