Tell the truth of who you are to yourself. There is no sadder scene than the one where we believe a distorted image of ourselves. A lot of times it is easier to create an image we can handle even if it is not the truth, for the truth has a tendency to hurt. However it is in beginning with the truth that we have a chance to grow, heal and multiply our lessons.
Truth, who are you today? I am not asking who you were in your youth, or who you were in your prime, I am asking, who are you today? Do you even know who you are, or are you assuming you are current with you? Seek that truth this year, do not let someone else claim to have more knowledge on you more than you know yourself
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You did this post while I was still procrastinating on doing one on HONESTY. I was and am still going to do one this weekend but for now, I will just say that I decided in 2011 to be truthful to myself – hence to my entire world and whether or not that truth was bitter to me or to my world, so be it.
I had been so untruthful with myself, about myself and around myself and it caused me so much pain, so much hurt and so much frustration. I don`t even want to think what it cost to those who loved me too or whom I loved or thought I did.
But the bottom line is, there will always be temptations to be untruthful even with your own self, there will be enticements to be untruthful with your world maybe because you don´t want to hurt no one.
Yet, I have made the firm resolve to be Truthful and it is my responsibility to face whatever happens as a result of that.
My dear Marie, you bless me with your honest commentaries everyday, thank you for sharing that with our readers. Indeed I found that the ease with lying to ourselves translates to us wearing masks with the world. Not saying the world has to know all of our business if we choose for it not to be so, but most important, whether we lead a life of discretion or a life as an open book, either way, let our truth be first unto ourselves. Thank you again for sharing, cant wait to read your full article on Honesty! haha,