I’m often reminded about how much money and power influences my worth to someone, it seems that some people value material possessions, over honest and sincere traits from the heart such as devotion and dedication.
I then find myself asking, when did people stop valuing traits such as honesty and start making excuses with gifts? has it really become the only measure of one’s worth to someone? something to think about.
It’s a funny thing about people, these days everyone wants to get a feeling about you first. Before they decide whether or not to talk to you, I can’t say I blame them with the way society is these days. People lie, scheme and plot to get what they want.
Maybe if people could be more honest from the start, nobody would ever have to go through so much trouble. Am I the only one that feels this way?
If you decided already which direction your life is headed, then let nothing stop you from reaching that goal.
Nobody can stop you now but yourself, make the right choices and everything will fall into place on their own. Make the wrong ones though, and you will have nobody to blame by yourself.
It’s hard sometimes when we choose the wrong words to say during a really bad moment, it is completely unintentional. I can’t think of anyone who would want to ruin a perfectly conversation on purpose. So, when someone does that to you just how do you react? do you end the conversation then and there or do you continue and pretend like it was never said? personally, i would continue the conversation that was originally there. Then, when the time is right the accidental slip of the tongue can be revisited.
Sometimes, we tend to hold back so many thoughts and emotions when we are around people that we bury it as far down as we can. The problem is, the deeper you bury it the more chances it will come back up when you least expect it. So, why not just always be honest about what you are feeling? no buried emotions means no worries about what you might accidentally say later right? something to think about .