identity is a hard thing to grasp and embrace at times. our “sense of being” constantly changes; in our mind, in the way others perceive us and how we represent ourselves to the world. it’s an ongoing struggle and changes with our mood, our level of confidence and our state of mind.
identity is an ongoing and ever changing relationship that we wrestle with. questioning ones ambitions is normal. it’s natural to want to change and to desire improvement in yourself. when we are balanced we will show the world, when we are out of sync we do our best to hide our insecurities and not show the doubt in our sense of worth.
identity is an emotional state of mind and changes with how we see ourselves in the world. what is my role? in life? right now? what is my purpose? why am I here? why was I there? why am I asking myself these questions? am I truly alone? is love a fleeting moment? or a passing thought? will I truly be happy? am I happy now? these are just some of the questions I’m sure you’ve thought of over time. they are all relevant and good questions. getting a sense of yourself is alright, it’s healthy and it’s necessary.
through growth and life experience we find ourselves defining who we want to be, who we want to be like and who we think we should be. as you grow and as you achieve you will make life defining choices. you will begin to define your sense of worth, your role in the world and your desires for change.
growth is inevitable and futile to think otherwise. we grow, we change, we move forward even when we feel we’re moving backwards. our identity is part of our growth. it’s human to desire, it’s human to change and our sense of worth is vital and important.
identity is has many roles, plays many parts in our life and has many faces. it permeates through our soul to our skin. have confidence in your existence. if you doubt your sense of worth, go into the world and experience it first hand. interact with it directly and you will desire change, you will make decisions and you will define your sense of being and your place at large.
identity is a relationship we cannot avoid, it shadows us at every turn and at times stares us in the face. keep your balance, reflect on the direction you’re taking. take action on your desires and you will maintain balance and your decisions will help you keep the tone and a sense of your identity.
your sense of worth is evaluated by your confidence, life experience and achievements. if you have doubts, go do something about it. that in itself is the first step in the process. you don’t have to change to improve your sense of worth, but you must have the desire. you define your worth by your actions, but sense of being is defined by your potential.
you have the potential, you are worth something to others. have confidence that you can, than you will know your purpose and you will recognize your identity.