You are one of a kind, which makes you a stand out

“Why fit in when you were born to stand out?”
― Dr. Seuss

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(lovely Black Skimmer on the beach, Henderson State Park, Destin, Florida / Julie Cook / 2014)

We are each formed and made as a unique and individual creation.
We are not produced as multiple items, as poured from a single mold, nor cut out cookie cutter style with each one made just like the one before it–nor are we laid out assembly line style, piece by piece like the piece before that.

We are each a unique creation.
Even twins, triplets and those of multiple births may share many of the same characteristics, DNA and molecules yet each is a unique individual as each has a unique personality.

Therefore we are each unique and in turn special.
One of a kind.
Priceless.

Hear that what I say. . .we are each one of a kind and therefore priceless.

Not worthless.
Not less than.
Not useless.
Not to be thrown away.
Not to be written off as a nobody.
One of a kind.
A stand out.
Necessary.
Valuable.
Precious.

The Creator of the Universe has proclaimed that:
“Before I formed you in the womb I knew you,
and before you were born I consecrated you. . .”

Jeremiah 1:5

You–so wonderfully and skillfully known, formed and made.
You who are precious to a loving and masterful Creator.

Feel free to stand boldly tall–to stand out
for you, dear child, are one of a kind.

Priceless.

2 comments on “You are one of a kind, which makes you a stand out

  1. What an interesting bird. I’ve never seen one of these before. Loved your post, priceless, one of a kind child of God that you are! Hugs and blessings, Natalie 🙂

    • oh I thought so too, I’ve never seen a black skimmer—he looked almost tropical but come to find out, they live at the shore throughout our southern states—I’m sure they’re on the Texas coast as well—who knew!
      Happiness to you today there in Texas Natalie–
      hugs—Julie

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