What does the truth feel like? How do you know if and or when a person is telling you the truth? Does the truth have a feeling?
If truth doesn’t have a feeling then how do we determine if it is true or false?
Hypothetically, we all seem to think we know when the truth is being displayed. Some of us go by feeling, some of us go by gesture and movement, some of us even go by a person’s eyes or behavior. The most honest statement I can make about this is, “we all have something we do when we lie, and are in our purest form when we are truthful.” Some of us are so good at lying that we believe our own lies and we’re able to convince others that our lies are our truths. This is still a pure form, that just means a person is naturally a liar. It isn’t always so easy to distinguish a lie from the truth when you’re faced with said people mentioned above. In most cases of knowing a lie from the truth is because we already know the person, we are used to their lies and truths. In odd cases it’s a stranger, we go based off of their energy at the time. Strangely we can still be wrong in our judgement because we are not sure what a person has faced prior to crossing paths with us. So their energy could very well be dumped on the wrong person. This question came to mind because I’ve realized that in relationships and life, we have the tendency to believe lies over truth. We have the tendency to believe that the truth is a lie. This makes us blinded by what’s really being delivered because we are not able to see beyond ourselves. We are in our own way of truth and freedom, we take things and turn them into what we want them to be instead of taking them or people for who and what they are. When we finally decide to accept the truth, we say it is the truth finally being revealed. This is when we classify what we have put ourselves through as hurt, pain, and turmoil. It was always there we just made it suit us in ways it was never supposed to.
It’s hard to accept things and people for who they are because we all want so much more for ourselves and each other. We secretly want THE BEST for us because if we display it, we feel as though we will come off as selfish and unyielding to others. We want what’s best for others because our natural human form is LOVE for each other. These are qualities that just about everyone has, only some have learned to manage better than others. The easiest way to acknowledge and accept something or someone for who they are is to just be you. Listen, watch, and learn, if it does not feel right then naturally it isn’t right FOR YOU. It can be right, but not for you. When you know those feelings of self you are better equipped with keeping harm from yourself. I must remind you that there is nothing wrong with seeking understanding or stating that it does not feel right. Maybe you just need more clarification or communication so it can be RIGHT FOR YOU.
Whatever you choose to believe, just make sure you agree with you.
Truthfully Speaking, from truthfully feeling, because truth and lies do have a feeling, it is what you feel on the inside and out.