My Truth, Your Truth, the REAL TRUTH
Wednesday, October 05, 2011
Ladies this blog is for you......and this is heavy.
It's hard for me to want to dive too deep into this because it might bring up my own flaws.
Who me? Flaws? Yeah me, yeah you.
Truth: (a noun)
a. sincerity in action, character and utterance.
b. the state of being the case. FACT.
Wow...I've never actually looked up the definition of truth because how hard is it to actually understand. It's pretty easy to understand if you live in a bubble right? I mean with no confrontation and never allowing yourself to realize your truth may not actually be a FACT.
What makes up our truth? I'm talking about our sincerity, character and utterance truth.
Well.....The good the bad and the ugly.
They can be.....Lifes experiences, our insecurities, our strengths, people, up-bringing, situations, observations, religion...they all do. But does it make it FACt even though it's sincere?
How many times have you been in a situation with a friend where perspectives and paradigms were completely opposite and you each felt your truth was absolute. And to be honest it may be....for you and for your life. The trick and conflict comes in when you allow your truth to paint someone else in a manner that may not actually be FACT.
Whoa! light bulb. Have you ever done that?
What happens when your up-bringing or experiences have created an insecure person within, does that mean you paint your world and the people around you with the underlying (probably) subconscious sprinkle of insecurty?
You may and you may not.
WITHOUT REALIZING IT our perspectives paint the world around us. Our perspective or truths are what influence the way we speak, the way we act and sometimes even the way we treat people.
THE WAY WE TREAT PEOPLE.
If we're not careful our "truths" can isolate people and in particular people you might actually care about that may not share every one of your truths. . .. I don't even think a man would get this blog, a woman though.....I think she knows exactly what I'm talking about. So all the while you're building your case of the "truth" about another person it's important to understand it may not actually be a FACT.
Truth: it's what makes YOU who YOU are in sincerity, character and utterance.
But.....Don't be so closed to your own truth that you paint your world and OTHERS with FICTION.