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No Copy Cats

Don't be a copy. Be yourself.
I once heard someone say he wished he could be someone else. 

But guess what? God didn't make a mistake when He created us. He made us in His own image. Exquisitely and perfectly made.

Utter perfection.

So there's no need to try to copy anyone else. And there's no need to want to be anyone else. 

In fact, it's actually an insult to God to be unhappy with His magnificent creations. I'm not saying a person who thought that or who thinks it is purposely insulting God. All I'm saying is that when we think that way whether we realize it or not, it is our way of saying to God that what He created in us wasn't good enough. 

We are good enough. God doesn't create junk. 

He creates masterpieces and for us to want to be in someone else's skin is telling God He messed up in creating us. Not so, he didn't mess up. He never has and never will. That's impossible. To be someone else is also telling the other person that they're superior to you. Not so. We are all created equal by God -- in the image of the Mighty Creator. 

So just another word to the wise: You are more than enough. Embrace your uniqueness. You are royalty in the eyes of God. You are important. You matter. Stay who you are, because the world is better, because of you. 

It really is.


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Reference:
Psalm 139:14

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