“No one is you, and that is your power.”
We are all victims, victims of forgetting who we truly are. We go through life and forget our essence and true nature. Circumstances, bad experiences, failures often taint the real image of who we are and in the process we adopt counterfeit and lesser versions of ourselves. I know I have been a victim, I have been a victim of forgetting the truth of who I am and the inner “magic” which I possess.
We often question if we deserve certain things, wonder if good things will ever happen to us because “well who am I to expect such big things?” But the more urgent question is: who are we not to? Such ponderings point to the obvious, but yet too often oblivious fact that we don’t know our worth as individuals. Actually, scratch that, it’s because we have forgotten our own worth and perhaps growing up means going on a journey of trying to remember the fullness of who we really are.