Living my truth has allowed me to be able to be me. It has taken away the need to fit in or live a lie based on feeling inadequate or of lesser value. I don’t have to put on a mask of deceit or a façade to fit in and on the opposite spectrum I am also very sensitive to people that aren’t living their truth and pretending to be something that their not, but by living my truth I can continue to respect those who aren't, because my truth consist of not judging others.
Living my truth keeps me focused on always becoming a better me by spending time alone with myself and listening to what God is trying to tell me or what I’m not hearing when the world is functioning in its glory with all the noise of life.
Living my truth allows me to be a good listener and no longer feel the need to be right. It also teaches me to speak from a place of love and be aware of how and why I choose to say the things I do. Living my truth means understanding that everyone may not like me and it’s ok. It also let me know that I don’t have to particularly care for a person, but to show them respect anyway, but I don’t have to dishonor my feelings and pretend to be their best friend.
Living my truth is honoring where I am in life and embracing it entirely. Honoring my thoughts, feelings and beliefs while constantly checking myself and incorporating new truths in the process.
My truth has allowed me to put my life together in such a way that I can respect myself for who I am and what I do. I can look in the mirror and fully love and respect the woman looking back at me and by doing so it allows me to bullet proof my mind, body and spirit from those that can’t or won’t walk in their truth.
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