Why a Goddess?

After an interesting phone call this morning with a dear friend Jill, I decided to write about why I choose the name Push Goddess. Jill said “If people haven’t read your book then they might not get it.” I think we should all think highly of ourselves but here is the reason I choose use Goddess:

Life of A Push Goddess
By: Sharina Jones
Chapter 4- When Death Comes Calling, Page 36

“When you get up tomorrow morning,” says my Dad, “I want you to look in the mirror and tell yourself that you are worthy of the best.” Dad is always reminding me to reaffirm my confidence in myself. “Tell yourself that you are a queen and you are beautiful.” He makes sure I know my value and self-worth.

“I don’t want to be a queen,” I tell him one day. “I want to be a goddess.”

Dad’s eyes twinkle. “Really? Why’s that?”

“Because I want to be adored and loved,” I reply. It’s easy to not like a queen but impossible to not like a goddess. So there you have it; I will call myself a goddess.

He laughs and kisses the top of my head. “You’re adored and loved already.”

The one thing I’ve learned in life is you always have to love yourself no matter what. I guess even from a young age I understood that I was to value myself worth. That is a message I hope you can all understand.

When a person can recognize their innate worth, I believe they are more inclined to strive to fulfill their potential, and having done that, they will be happy. People who are happy tend to exude a sense of confidence. They realize they are the directors of their own destinies, and therefore take a positive stance as they look forward.

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