I’ve come to realize that a lot of people put up a big persona about their life, making things appear far different from what they really are. Why is that? Why do you want things to seem bigger than they really are? Is it to draw importance from other people? I was listening to a sermon the other day and the pastor said this, the art of life is when you think what you do is important. This is such a true statement. When you think that what you do is important it is important, simply put. You do not have to put on a show to try to make things appear bigger and better than they are.
Some people are missing their purpose and destiny in life trying to find something big and impressive so that people will think that they are significant. And maybe if other people think you’re significant I will start to think the same way. Wrong! People thinking you are important will not change the way you feel about yourself. It will not change your self-esteem. This is why it’s called SELF-ESTEEM. Until you think high of yourself, me thinking highly of you will never be enough. Stop looking to others to find a sense of importance. I’m here today to tell you, you are very important. You are special and you were created for a purpose. Be the best you that you can be, and let everyone else do the same.
Song of Solomon 4:7 NLT “You are altogether beautiful, my darling, beautiful in every way.”