Diamonds often have what some consider “flaws.” They’re called inclusions. And they’re not necessarily always a bad thing. Inclusions may be considered the “birthmark” of the diamond. They’ll be there forever, distinguishing the gem from any other.
The next time you spot a perceive a flaw in yourself, reframe it. These personal “inclusions” are what makes you distinctly you. When you reshape your thinking in this way, you’re able to remember that you are a bright and beautiful diamond, not in spite of flaws, but because of these one-of-a-kind distinguishing features.