I’ll admit, I’m a fan of old Saturday Night Live skits. One of my favorites is Al Frankin’s character “Stuart Smalley.”
“I’m gonna do a terrific show today,” Stuart would tell himself, “and I’m gonna help people…because I’m good enough, I’m strong enough, and doggone it, people like me!”
We get a kick out of “Stuart” as he scratches our itch to feel good about ourselves-but this character’s mantra brings out a fundamental question:
How do you measure the worth of a human being?
Culture has a lot to say on this issue, but what society tells us about ourselves is often based on lies.
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Because your worth is beyond measure.