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A Person’s Worth

A lot of different things are being joggled around in my mind lately.  General things such as maturity, security and each person’s particular lot in life.  It has occurred to me recently that the first two are not mandatory in relation to the specific lot in life you hold on to.  Neither does a certain degree of maturity or, let’s say, financial security make up a person’s worth. 

A person’s worth is defined most clearly by the sole factor of whether or not they are a living, breathing human being.  This fact wasn’t completely foreign to me, no, but it was about as real as a television program.  You know, something you see or you’re told about… yet don’t ever fully grasp.

People are worth it all, no matter their positions as far as maturity and security go.