You have in your life people who are always happy – never seemed to have a bad day or sad smile. You know those individuals who smile and nod no matter what anyone says. Do you want to shake them and say, “What do you really think.. or do you think at all?” That might be a little over the top.
Live live into full of truth about yourself and the way you view life.
When you are being authentic you will search for and live your purpose in life. When friends or acquaintances do not mean what they say and say what they mean, we don’t really know where they stand. They don’t care. They are not about to give opinions. They do not want to make decisions or be judged. If we are truly authentic and they see that we can enjoy spirited conversations from our hearts without hurt and judgment, we are valuable. What we say does matter. How we display our thoughts, feelings and faith can say so much to help others. Life is not black and white. It is all colors, like a rainbow.
Because of specific circumstances, we can think and feel one way but later if life changes for us, our color hues change into different thoughts and words. When we learn more, we often see more truth in life and in our own words.
When we stand strong we can be of benefit to those who have trouble making decisions or in speaking their own truth. We don’t need to hit anyone over the head or shout at someone. We must firmly, kindly share. No hassles, no criticism, no defeat is allowed. Honest conversation, true beliefs, authentic transparencies of the things in life that matter are valuable.
Imagine that a friend of yours says that she really likes a dress on you but you don’t like it yourself. Are you swayed by your friend’s opinion? Do you choose to reconsider how you really feel about it? We have all made purchases because someone said we looked great but when we arrive home, we second guess the decision and sometimes we are sorry we bought the item. That’s when we decide to set our foot down and make honest decisions… again. Being true to yourself is so right as long as you don’t hurt someone or become dishonest in the process.
You have no idea how your strength, your statements, your stance of light and power can be of great value to others. I quote a woman in my book who admires and almost envies a friend who has a great marriage, wonderful children, is strong in her faith and loves life by helping others. She is touched by this life. She wants it for herself. She has most of it but she realizes that our body, mind and spirit must be in unity. We need to stand firm in what we ‘stand’ for… what we cherish.. and what is truth.
You need to know who you are and stand for what you believe in.
Just when the caterpillar thought her life was over, she began to fly!
Be honest about your dreams and your hopes. Strive to light that candle and keep it burning. If we are always totally agreeable to anything we have no standards or opinions and no one will honor our words. We must be strong, stand straight and say what we mean.. in a very sensitive and loving way. Choose to be passionate about who you are and in the words you speak. Everyone loves someone who is authentic – as long as they don’t come for dinner every day!
Bloom, wherever you are, in every way, every day! It’s transforming!
Read- Bloom Girl Bloom (Real Women with Real Answers)
- Ways to Encourage (janrmiesse.com)
- Listen and Learn – People Tell You More Than You Realize (janrmiesse.com)