There is no price tag to our worth
We cannot place a price tag on our worth. This is just a way of demonstrating that whenever we measure ourselves against someone else’s standards, our “flaws” or “scars” immediately become apparent.
I’m sure many of you, like me, have “scars” that make us feel that our value is less than it should be. Maybe we’ve made mistakes, been deeply hurt by someone, or possibly have hurt someone ourselves. It doesn’t make any difference whether our scars are physical or emotional; anything that varies from the accepted norm that is considered a “10” or “perfect” by The Professional Flaw-finder Crew can make us feel that we’re not good enough, nor worthy of success or happiness.
These “scars” may be so enormous in your eyes, they successfully hide the beauty within you—or, to put it another way, you are hiding your beauty behind those scars. When you hide behind a scar, your thoughts, beliefs, feelings, and behaviors cover up that wonderful you.
These scars are not real and they are not “you.” They are just representations of the struggles you’ve gone through in life. It is these struggles, however, that provide the friction we talked about earlier.