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Value thyself

We try and estimate so many things, and try to peg a value, often just figuratively... in being the best, the worst, the first, the last... 

But what we end up doing in the process and peg ourselves and that relationship in our life. It's actually an estimate of ourselves, as we perceive it, in the other eyes of the other person... 

How does it matter whether someone values you the most... What matters is how much you value them in the true sense... 

Just because someone doesn't love you the way you want them to, doesn't mean they don't love you with all they have!!! 

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