1. good or important enough to justify (what is specified): advice worth taking; a place worth visiting.
2. having a value of, or equal in value to, as in money: This vase is worth 12 dollars.
3. having property to the value or amount of: They are worth millions.
4. excellence of character or quality as commanding esteem: women of worth.
5. usefulness or importance, as to the world, to a person, or for a purpose: Your worth to the world is inestimable.
6. value, as in money.
7. a quantity of something of a specified value: ten cents’ worth of candy.
8. wealth; riches; property or possessions: net worth.
Its one of those cloudy morning partially sunny afternoon Spring days after a late season storm last night here in Southern California which often leads to some deep reflection in regards to what keystrokes would really set things in proper order.
What if we were to keep it simple and ask if the riddle of the supposed Da Vinci Code phenomenon was explained as Mona Lisa as pictured above, having a desire to have her picture taken so that sheÂ could have it posted in the art galleries across the globe whichÂ now translateÂ to social mediaÂ image galleries, and the very simple motivating factor behind it all was for her to help her toÂ estimate her own worth as women of a certain age often do?
Regardless, as the game usually goes, it requires that we begin with the most popular ones of past and present, then continue the process, so we can leave with this video clip from a popular song and songstress while we get started with the preparations backstage.