Truth vs Fact
There is a difference. Sorry to start off this way, but, at some point – we are all going to die. It’s a harsh fact we learn growing up in this world. Notice how I said – FACT. Truth is different. What is true for me, may not be true for you. I’m an entrepreneur. I thrive when I am own boss. I also tend to thrive when I travel. This information may not resonate with you. You may be perfectly fine working for someone else. You also may dislike traveling. Again, what is true for me, may not be true for you.
We all have the ability to tap into our truth and discover what is best for us. We have all heard the phrase mother knows best or father knows best. Children typically run on their parents energy, but as they grow up they begin to discover their own energy and embrace their beliefs about life. When we enter adulthood, we have the ability to know what is best for us. I believe there is huge connection with living your truth and happiness. If you are working jobs or engaged in certain relationships that others think you should be involved in, but they don’t seem to work for you, your happiness may be compromised. Again, what is true for you, may not be true for others.
Truth. Isn’t it what we tend to argue the most about? Especially when it comes to politics and religion. Of course we can also argue about the small things. Your significant other may not like how you go about doing something, but that is your way. We may not understand it, but over time we can learn to accept it. I love the world I live in. Don’t get me wrong, this world is totally crazy and fucked up, but honestly, I don’t think I would want to be here if everything was perfect. Think of all the people on the planet. We all have our own way of seeings things and have different beliefs. Someone living in Brooklyn, New York may have a completely different reality compared to someone living Baghdad.
I’m the type of person that enjoys stirring the pot, it’s just who I am, however, I don’t believe in violence. Sure, I enjoy the sport of MMA, but what I am talking about is different. I’m talking about violence on the streets, in everyday life all around the world. Live and let live. It’s a simple phrase that I like. We will all have different opinions on different matters. We don’t have to understand it necessarily, but we do have to ability to accept that not everyone in the world thinks, dresses or believes the way you do.
I’m not perfect. I will never be. I’m always learning and growing. When I find a lie, I always want to strive for my truth. When I lose my way, I always want to get back up and reconnect with my truth. What is true for me, may not be true for you, but I will be forever curious of others ways of living, even if its not for me.