What is your depth worth?

 

A genuine soul, fueled with substance is a rarity.  Far too often people are  caught up in trying to sum up your “Net worth” instead determining your “Depth worth”.   Take some time to get to know a person.  Ask meaningful questions.  The size of your house or make of your vehicle won’t tell you a thing.  Dig deeper than the superficial shit.

What are their likes?

What are their dislikes?

What moves you?

What do you stand for?

What are you passionate about?

I have asked this question time and time again; Who are you?  I normally get a blank stare or an eyebrow raise with a detailed answer.

Outer beauty is cool but digging to the core of a person is where you will find authentic value.

Never judge a book by it’s cover.  Open it up and read between the lines.

Take off those rose colored glasses.

 

About The Author

Hope McGill grew up in New York City’s famed neighborhood of Harlem. She began writing at the age of sixteen, but her love of literature began as a child. Reading has always been a means of escape for her. Curling up with a good book helped her to explore the world and meet fascinating people. As she grew older, her appetite for reading grew immensely and the books became more diverse. She began to read books such as, J. California Cooper’s, Life Is Short but Wide, Treasure E Blue’s, Harlem Girl Lost, Octavia Butler’s Bloodchild, as well as the classic, Manchild In The Promised Land by Claude Brown.