Not Saying Anything Isn’t Telling The Truth

Sometimes we choose not to say something. We don’t want to lie, we don’t want to hurt someone, we don’t want to create friction or drama. Not saying anything isn’t telling the truth, it’s just not saying anything. To be truly authentic, we need to be brave and say what needs to be said. Sometimes what we say will upset someone, it may be something that they do not want to hear, but need to hear. Sometimes our perspective needs to be told, we should be heard. Our voice and our thoughts are just as valid as anyone else’s. When we are truthful we create more harmony in our minds and lives. When we are brave and speak up, we create more confidence in ourselves. It isn’t always easy, but it helps us grow. We need to remember, just because we didn’t lie to someone, doesn’t mean we are telling the truth either. This is especially relevant in relationships, what goes unsaid to prevent conflict then goes on to create conflict in our own minds. Keeping the peace externally, disrupts the peace internally. The hardest conversations are often the ones most worth having. Not saying anything isn’t telling the truth.

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