If you're reading this, then I want you to stop what you're doing right now, get up from wherever you're sitting, and go stand in the mirror.
Yes, that's right. Close your laptops, put down your phones, and walk to the closest bathroom, or vanity, or wherever else you can see your reflection the most clearly. Pretend like you're the only person in the world for a little while.
Are you there? Good.
Now I want you to look at yourself, very closely.
Start with your eyes. How beautiful they look underneath the light; you can see all their colors, just like a painting! Something that unique belongs in an art museum, don't you think?
Those eyes of yours have seen so many wonderful things. Think of all the sunsets they've allowed you to witness, all the times your best friends have grinned from ear-to-ear and all the books you've read.
Now, look at your lips. Think of all the lovely people they may have kissed, all the Thanksgiving dinners they've touched and all the funny faces they've helped you express.
Think all of the times they've opened to exude laughter and joy, to express awe and other associated feelings words cannot express.
Now it's time to examine your arms. Shrug your shoulders and admire the way they fall so gently at your sides, like water flowing from the mouth of a river. Think of all the wonderful things they've helped you to reach, of all the trees they've helped you climb and monkey bars they've helped you swing through. Think of all the people they've hugged, and all the dogs they've helped you pet.
Finally, move to your legs. Think of all the races they've helped you win, all the hurdles they've helped you jump through and all the lengths they've helped you swim.
Think of all the pristine places they've carried you to, and reflect upon all the places you'll soon be heading to.
Can't you see now that you're a masterpiece, dripping with color and beauty, emotion and experience, from every fiber of your being?