We spend too much time chasing mystery rather than truth, making ill-informed choices because we are dealing with something other than unvarnished truth as our guidance system.
Truth is truth.
Except when not …
Sometimes we see ‘part of that truth’, sometimes misinterpreting someone’s representation of their truth or partial truth. All good. Truth is real. When it isn’t always whole, or transparent or fully displayed – we easily draw wildly false conclusions.
Knowing who we are is a start.
Then get to know the other gal/fella.
If we don’t get truth from people, we are wasting previous time.
First step, tell truth.
This doesn’t guarantee others will tell truth, but you’ll be really sure of where you stand.
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