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Be Your Own Truth

Be Your Own Truth


Events happen in our life sometimes giving us a valid reason to ask the question ‘why’?

For what reason or purpose do situations occur as they do! Answers to our questions are supposed to provide us with a reason or justification, and if nothing else at least some kind of logical support to our claim.

But there may be many a question that no matter how hard we seek to find some sort of answer, there is no logical explanation.

Do you consider yourself to be a compassionate person? Feeling or showing sympathy and concern for others is considered empathetic and that is exactly who you are.

Most of us live our lives intentionally being the best we can be with what we know. There is a tremendous amount of truth in genuinely being honest, kind and considerate.

Most people would agree that those qualities are of a nice person, perhaps people might say this about you, ’he’s a good guy’ or ‘she’s a good woman’.

We have all sighed at one time or another and said ‘why do bad things happen to good people’, but is there really any valid truth in that question?

What if we decided that there is nothing bad that happens to us at all! What if all the lousy stuff was for a very good reason!

What if turning the bad into something good was as simple as just changing our mind about it. If everything that seemed upside down and inside out in our life had a meaningful purpose, would you be able to see the truth in it?

Truthfulness is a quality in humans that definitely requires some work. How many people do you know have long forgotten how to be sincere and honest?

We live in a world that seems to thrive on drama. theatrical work should be seen, heard and acted out only on stage in a theatre.

Drama doesn’t belong in the energy that we put out into the world. All of the blame, irresponsibility, guilt, reckless, immature, thoughtless, unreliable, fickle and unstable energy we put out into our atmosphere – no wonder we scratch so much!!

We are damned if we do and damed if we don’t when it comes to the truth it seems. No matter what we do, we are criticized for it.

I suppose the irony in all of it is paradox, be true to yourself, don’t give a damn what anyone else thinks, because even if people try to prove you wrong, as long as you remain true to your own truth, what they believe about you is immaterial.

Make the truth of who you are the most important thing in your life.

When you allow yourself the courage to speak and act your truth, you can and will very easily see how so much of your life will fall into it’s proper place.