What Some People Make You Feel, Is Not What You Are.

I wouldn't necessarly suggest I was a person that NEVER felt worth it, and always feels like a waste of time.

However, I have had this dwelling, extending feeling in the past.

The reason most people don't feel worth it, or they feel like a waste of time, is because they nearly always base themselves on the values, norms, or perspective of other people.

"Am I good enough for THAT person, or THOSE people?"

Don't do that, thinking like that will never make you feel worth it, because you're basing yourself off the ideas and values of people who, to be bluntly honest, AREN'T you.

You should be thinking of yourself.

Am I, as a presence, worth having around for myself?"

Your drives, and ideals, they benefit you. So you ARE worth it.

As long as you act on your ideals to get greater gains, it's also not a waste of time.

And think of it the other way.

Would the other people be worth it, or a useful use of time, to YOUR schemas and ideals?

They won't base thir degree of how useful they are, to a schema of yours, so don't base your usefulness on a schema of theirs.

Everyone is useful in their own values.


Even you.
Jiemusu Jiemusu
22-25, M
Aug 10, 2010