Everyone loves the honest person until the honest person strikes a chord with a truth they weren’t ready to receive.
It is our choices that show who we truly are, far more than our abilities.
ONE LIE IS ENOUGH ΤΟ QUESTION ALL TRUTHS.
Most people think i hate liars because i write about predicative patterns of a person who’s lying. Actually i love liars. The best thing about a liar is; his/her estimation of hiding something to avoid lying about it. And the catch is; “when you lie about something, your voice says you are lying because there’s too much inconsistency. And when you hide about something, your behaviour speaks about it. Again the same reason because there’s too much inconsistency”.
A liar is predictable either ways. I love it because I just want to applaud that effort behind creating so much nonsensical garbage in head. People lose their value & that can never be restored. Once that mojo is lost, it’s just gonna give bitter taste afterwards. Karma has the cure for everyone, you will get served exactly what you offer.
I love listening to lies when I know the truth.
(Not my words).
Don’t worry about what people think of you or about the way they try to make you feel. If people want to see you as a good person, they will. If they want to see you as a bad person, absolutely nothing you do will stop them. Ironically, the more you try to show them your good intentions, the more reason you give them to knock you down if they are commited to misunderstanding you.
Keep your head up high and be confident in what you do. Be confident in your intentions and keep your eyes ahead instead of wasting your time on those who want to drag you back. Because you can’t change people’s views, you have to believe that true change for yourself comes from within you, not from anyone else. STAY TRUE TO YOURSELF & JUST YOURSELF, THAT’S ENOUGH.
(That post on 10-April was scheduled before a year. Don’t take it seriously, things change. That’s the reason i deleted it.)
The hardest part about wanting something real is trying to convince everybody you’re not crazy for feeling like you deserve it. But then you realize, you don’t have to prove anything to anybody.
All you have to do is…
Be patient enough to make it right. Be committed enough to make it strong. Be honest enough to make it last. Us genuine ones deserve something great, we deserve something authentic. And we reserve the right not to be impressed with the usual. It’s not about being too picky or having unrealistic expectations, it’s about knowing you’ve dealt with enough of the BS and you’ve earned the right to have a preference.
Stay true to you, even when nobody gets it. Trust your heart, even when you’re scared. Believe in love, even after you’ve been hurt. Things get better the minute we stop expecting them to be perfect. Timing is everything, so always remember: Some amazing things can happen when you mix patience with hope.
(Not my words)
8 THINGS LIFE TEACHES YOU WITH EXPERIENCE:
1. If you are unsatisfied with your situation, face the facts. You can either do something about it or accept it. Everything else is being a crybaby.
2. Starting is the hardest part, but even if you fail you’ll grow just from trying.
3. Judge people based on your interactions with them, not on what other people say.
4. Take responsibility for your mistakes. It is hard but people will respect you for being mature and honest.
5. When you want something, don’t settle for mediocrity. Give it your all.
6. Obsessing over the past is the worst way to waste your time.
7. Try to fix the problem before being pissed off at yourself. Sometimes it’s an easy mistake and you won’t have to kick yourself for making the mistake.
8. Make conversation with whoever you can and whenever you can. You can meet some interesting people.
It is often said that before you die, your life passes before your eyes. It is in fact true, it’s called LIVING.
How many of you struggle to say NO? If you’re one like that, you probably have the tendency to want to make other people happy even at your own expense. For most of us, saying NO is a real challenge. We humans are naturally caring. Our personality often makes us feel like it’s our job to take care of other people’s needs and saying NO can feel like a personal failure. In such moment, we are more than happy to make sacrifices for others. However once our energy drains with a sense of overwhelm, they lead us to regret.
First prioritize self care before thinking about other person’s wellbeing or pain. Keep things simple & real. Life is fun, let it be.