Rhetorical Questions

Your problem is you are too busy holding onto your unworthiness. ~ Ram Dass

Don’t ya just love it when someone [wise] looks at you and says, “you know what your problem is…” Turns out, when they say that, they are never asking a question nor do they want your input. They are getting ready to launch, full tilt, into reading you. And sometimes, being read, especially by someone who loves us and has our best interest at heart, is exactly what we need to hear. How the heck can you, or I, ever succeed when we don’t think we deserve it? Remember, as Marianne Williamson said, “we are meant to shine…” and we can’t when we are busy feeling that we are too dim a bulb to make a difference. Perhaps it’s good to hear what the problem is and then, let go, remembering that “we were born to manifest the glory of God that is in us.”

Here’s to letting go of our silly feelings of unworthiness and living in the knowledge that you, and I, are worthy. Period! Cheers y’all!

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