Suddenly the clouds have opened up
And I'm being seen in all of my glory
The time has come for fate to decide
If a part of me is even worthy
The air is warm, my heart is cold
And I'll never know how it feels
To have a heart of gold
I feel worthy somehow
Please, I don't want to go down, down
The new world is calling me now
Please don't let me go down, down
I was driving in my car a few weeks ago when I realized that the songs I'd hear inspired ideas I wanted to write about. Today, I'm going through the songs I've saved since then. I came back across "Worthy" by Jacob Banks, and decided that I wanted it to be a part of the first post.
The reason I wanted it to be first is because most extraordinary love isn't possible if we don't believe in our core that we're worthy of it.
We can think we're worthy of it, but we also need to observe when our actions match that belief, or contradict it.
I invite you to reflect on this, "What does love feel like? What's my experience of it? How do I want to experience it, and share it in my life?"
It all comes down to, "What do I feel worthy of?" How we feel about ourselves is mirrored in how we behave, and how we connect with and relate to others. Though we can also work inside out, and decide to connect more deeply with ourselves and those around us. Our experiences will then redefine how we contribute, and interact with the world. I posit that just as our beliefs can construct our experiences, what we experience can also reform our beliefs.
Our beliefs determine our perspective, and our perspective shapes our experience. By knowing that who we are and what we believe has affect, we acknowledge our power. By knowing our power, we can create anything. So why not say yes?