Self-worth, including both material and spiritual aspects, must be realized indirectly by enhancing the value of others.
For example: if you want to improve your own self-esteem, your most efficient way is to do so indirectly by first improving the self-esteem of others. If you want to achieve something, your most efficient way is to first achieve it indirectly through the achievement of others.
For example, some companies are founded for the naked pursuit of maximum profit. These companies are often short-lived, while those committed to providing customers with high-quality services and high-quality products tend to flourish and grow bigger and bigger.
This is the basic principle of the indirection of value at work.
It is worth mentioning that in the practice of this indirection of value, improving self-worth and improving the value of others often occur simultaneously.
That is, when you are improving the value of others, your self-worth will immediately increase.
What you give, what you receive. Always be kind and show love, you will be surrounded by happiness, joy, peace, and love.
Good morning, my friends!🌞❤️🌈💧☕