Your job is not to judge what you have to share. Your job is not to struggle against your gifts or try to sort and label them accurately. Your job is not to silently whisper the word “imposter” enough times until you finally start to believe it. Your job is not to withhold or second-guess or doubt whether what you have is good enough.
None of that is your job. None of it is even any of your business. Your job is just to share what you have to share. To be a good steward of your gifts. So stop judging your gifts and start sharing them.
STOP JUDGING YOUR GIFTS AND START SHARING THEM
Because, if you believe that your gifts are actually gifts – a stream from the infinite, a treasure loaned to you for this lifetime by the divine, then who are you NOT to share what you have?
Stop asking “who am I to…?” Stop asking “who am I to call myself an artist? Who am I to call myself a teacher? Who am I to publish this poem? Who am I to put a price like this on my work? Who am I to use my voice? Who am I to be seen? Who am I to love myself? Who am I to dream a dream that big? Who am I to feel worthy and good enough?”
Instead, ask yourself, “who am I not to…?”
SHARING YOUR GIFTS IS IN SERVICE TO THE DIVINE
Sharing your gifts with the world is in service to the divine. You are a vessel, a channel, a note in the symphony of the universe expressing itself. When you stifle that natural flow (yes! it is natural!) with the question, “who am I…” you stomp on the seeds of providence.
So stop stomping. Stop sitting on your inheritance of inborn divinity. Stop stagnating the flow of miraculousness within you. Stop doubting your worthiness. Stop stopping yourself.
YOUR SELF-DOUBT SERVES NO ONE
Your self-doubt serves no one. Sharing your gifts can serve many.
So get out here! Be bold. Be brave. Be audacious. Be of service. Be generous. Share your little dash of infinity and divinity. Offer up your gifts. Because they are divine. And who are you not to?