Pastor of Community Impact Church of Auburn Hills, MI. Pastor Corey has a graduate degree from the University of Michigan and has been a successful Entrepreneur for over 5 years. He is happily married to Lady Tish and together they have three sons.
If someone approached you and asked how much you were worth, would you be able to respond with more than just a generic “a whole lot” as a quick witted response? According to dictionary.com, self-worth is defined as the sense of one's own value or worth as a person.
People without a high sense of self-worth are more often susceptible of being treated as insignificant or inferior by others and more likely to have lower self-esteem and greater risk of being depressed.
Self-worth is not evaluated or defined based on how much money you have, your educational attainment, social status, or even your profession, and the list goes on. These are all external factors with no ability to determine your individual self-worth.
The only factor that determines your self-worth is “YOU.”
So the question remains, why do some people place such low value on a priceless masterpiece?