I love to shop on eBay and my buying strategy is to place an initial and a maximum bid and wait to see whether I obtain the item. My maximum bid represents what the item is worth to me and how much I am willing to pay for it. If I lose the bidding, the item went for more than I was willing to pay. Recently, I did not win an item that I wanted and noticed that the final price was actually far more than the person bidding against me would have paid retail.
Valuing yourself is a beautifully important life-lesson for all of us, according to the angels. It means valuing your own opinion and feelings, and valuing the money that you’ve earned, the time in your schedule, and knowing that you deserve to receive love and good. It means spending time and money on yourself so that YOUR needs are met.
When you go to a store and see something you really like, you guess
the price before you see the price tag, and you are either pleasantly
surprised, or you are taken aback. The world estimates a value, and
pretty much My children take the world's assigned price as its value.