“Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom.”
Two things to remember as you choose to live with integrity:
(1)Before you can be honest with others, you must first be honest with yourself. (2)At the end of the day, your truth shall set you free.
Yes, this is wisdom of the ages. Honesty will ultimately liberate your heart and soul from the craziness that is fed to you by others in this life. Whereas, lies to yourself and others will weaken your constitution. Whether it is to intentionally control you or placate the masses, to stand up and speak up for yourself without concern for the result can be one of the most powerful experience you will ever undergo. There is a strength that is revealed when you hold your head high and walk tall knowing that you are a person who strives for the highest of principles. With the sincerest regard for the other, when you set out asserting your authentic self in a fearless way, embracing your vulnerability, you align with good judgment that will never fail you. A good judgment that will allow for the unveiling of deceptive practices exposed before they can do harm. A good judgment that has you speaking with integrity when injustices are done. A good judgment that starts in your mind but guided by your heart space that speaks to love. You must live your truth as you inch closer and closer to discovering wisdom and knowledge that will bring purpose and peace. Without fixating on the outcome, instead of hiding in the shadows, step forward and have the courage of a lion who is ready to play instead of fall away. The time is now. There can be no other way. Perhaps this is the test that you have been preparing for all along. Freedom awaits you to enlighten your day!
Thank you Eva for being honest with me! Trust is a beautiful thing!
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