Too often we're trying to get our worth out of what we do, how well we perform: am I a good enough mother? Am I talented enough? Strong enough? Successful enough? We think if we work harder, out perform our co-worker, outdress our friend, out drive our neighbor, then we'll feel good about ourselves. We live in this proving mode, with this need to impress. The problem is: we're getting our value from the wrong place. If you don't know who you are, a child of the Most High God, then you'll spend your energy trying to get other people to validate you. But when you're secure in who God made you to be, when you're comfortable with your gifts, you're content with your looks, you're happy with your personality, then you don't go around competing with others, jealous of a friend that's more talented, living to impress that cousin that's more attractive. You know - you're one of a kind, a masterpiece, made in the image of God.