Freedom To Be Truthful

 

Freedom To Be Truthful

Guest Blogger: Tasha


Recently, “FRIEND” asked me to follow them on their Blog, so I read their Blog and sent the Friend a message stating “I read the Blog but I don’t think I will be following you”. My FRIEND then ask me to explain. I answered, “because it is not he complete truth, but good luck” this FRIEND replied at the same point of me responding “is it personal?” I replied, “yep” “so I dont think it would be a good idea to follow you” the FRIEND replied ‘Who has the complete truth on life?” I then said “you have the truth on your life, but it seems WE sometimes omit people and or events” ” so from that please respect my choice not to follow you, and in the end it is because I AM your FRIEND” m y FRIEND then began to say some very negitive things to me. I am now so heated, and this event has sparked a fire in me to focus more on the task that I had begun, and that is to always strive to be honest with myself. It is up to the other person to be able to accept me being honest or not to accept. I will focus on finishing writing my book so others will able to peek into my life, and witness my life through my eyes. I feel the choice I made to be honest with my self is the hardest lesson I have learned more so than forgivenes of self and others. Being honest has made me aware of when to speak how to speak. I will pick this up again later..my brain is wondering right now.
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