I still get caught up in the "do more, worth more" belief. It's ingrained for me as it is for many of you. It is the backbone of the US—puritanical work ethic of hard work as the Holy Grail. I like working—I downright love it, but it does not make me a better person nor does working hard to the point of exhaustion help me get ahead. It may squeeze out something mediocre that took a lot of effort.
Every time that I've felt deliriously happy, work is super fun and easy. When I feel really good, I am in flow, and everything is a treat. Everything. When I'm deep in the feelings of love and joy, I do not feel compelled to compare myself to what others are doing, nor do I feel I have to prove my worth to anyone (including myself).
Your job is to feel good. That's it. When you do, the ideas and experiences flow into your existence.
You are worthy of everything you desire.
Today in your writing, honor what it feels like to feel worthy without taking away from anyone else and justifying your position. Revel in that feeling for as long as you can.
Big hugs and love,