COMMENT [774]

Sometimes the truth has to grow; it has to be a delicate balance because truth be told, sometimes the truth can be rejected if the truth is forced and shoved down the throats of many — folks start to regret the truth because then it feels more like a cohesion or a conniving curse, sometimes the truth should be given time to grow and to be considered and to be genuinely accepted, the truth should be set free, just as free as the minds of those who live free, and little by little, it will be seen for what it is.

Witness the prudent pertinence of pervasive proofs — proper powerful perspectively-provocative piecing that are paramount to progress πŸ’―πŸ˜œπŸ’£.

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  1. β€œSometimes the truth has to grow”

    Yes, and like you said it takes time, but even the most stubborn will get there, eventually. Forcing it will just make the recipient of the truth pull back and avoid that truth at all costs because it feels suffocating in many ways. Patience, although difficult in some circumstances lays off in spades. The time permits one to reach deep inside and see truths they were not open to, even 24 hours before. Sometimes, even once they know the truth, the recipient cannot admit the truth, not straight out anyway because the truth is foreign or frightening in their minds. Eventually they will be able to say the truth, but until that time comes, patience is always the best virtue to have. From personal experience, I have seen people who have doubts about what the truth is, and they are not ready to say that truth out loud, so they say it in ways that acknowledge their truth without actually admitting it’s the truth. Sometimes it can be quite creative the ways they can say the truth. One must listen closely to hear it, but it’s there, β€œand little by little, it will be seen for what it is.”

    I enjoyed this post. Thank you.

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    1. Right very well said sweetheart, you have said alot of things for me to digest. Patience is indeed always the best virtue; it’s better then trying to force-feed people things and trying to coerce them.

      As the saying goes, “what is to be will be”, there is no need to go out of my way or out of your way to thrust things down people’s throats — it’s not the wisest thing or in the person’s best interest. Some people definitely cannot take the truth and would rather live in denial, that’s up to them. The worst ones are the fools who have been presented with the facts but who would try to lie and spread propaganda, who don’t admit as you have mentioned when you said ” Sometimes, even once they know the truth, the recipient cannot admit the truth, not straight out anyway because the truth is foreign or frightening in their minds”. These are the detestable freaks that can become a plague and cancer but for the most part, as people say, sharing is caring lol

      I am glad you enjoyed the post and contributed your thoughts on it which I also deeply loved baby

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      1. “The worst ones are the fools who have been presented with the facts but who would try to lie and spread propaganda” or the ones who are not detestable. What about the people who are presented with information, but are not able to admit it, but don’t go around spreading falsehoods. They merely can’t admit it out loud, at least not in a straight-forward sort of way.

        For example, would it make you detestable if you did not like someone but you had to work with them, so instead of telling them “I hate you,” you just simply kept your distance from them and interacted as little as possible. You are clear without having to hurt anyone’s feelings unneccesarily. That would not make you a plague or detestable.

        Or what if the opposite were true. What if you couldn’t find the proper word to say how you felt about someone because you were frightened of those thoughts/feelings. Your options are you can avoid saying anything, or you try to make yourself known as best as you can without saying it straight away. So a teenager who likes a girl doesn’t have the ability to walk up to her and ask her out because he’s afraid of rejection due to his stutter. So instead, he is able to compose beautiful love letters to show his affection. He doesn’t actually ever tell her that he likes her, but she knows it is him that is writing them, and she knows how he feels although he can’t admit it himself, out loud, for fear of a thousand things. Even if she lets him know she returns the feelings, he may still be too shy to say anything. That is not a plague of a person, that is someone guided by nerves, but is brave enough to show it another way and she is allowing the truth to grow until he can say more.

        Do you honestly believe that it’s “propoganda,” “detestable,” “freakish,” “cancerous,” or “plaguish,” when Cyrano de Bergerac was afraid to tell her how much he loved her and instead recited poetry through someone that she was in love with? He made his feelings known in his own way, even if it was only to himself.

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        1. Oh sorry about that I didn’t mean those who are just hesitant or cautious, I thought it means those who are just frightened because their corrupt schemes are falling apart. So if if the individuals that you are talking about are not “detestable”, then they don’t fall into that particular portion of my remarks since that particular part of my response was talking about those who were detestable. I am not speaking about those who are cautious or hesitant because of fear from threats or fall out.

          You asked me about alot of compelling what-if scenarios but we have a ton of other conversations going on and that I need to respond to, so to safe time I would say that just to clear up any misunderstanding, I just want to be clear that when I mentioned those who are “detestable”, I gave specifics, I said: “The worst ones are the fools who have been presented with the facts but who would try to lie and spread propaganda, who don’t admit”, I specifically said those who lie and spread propaganda. So if you are not talking about those who lie and mislead intentionally and spread propaganda, which it doesn’t appear to me that you are, then chances are those do not fall into the context that I had outlined relating to detestable individuals πŸ‘πŸ˜‚.

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          1. This answer made me crack up. I don’t know why, but it just did.

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            1. Hahaha that’s because you low-key take your lover as a joke πŸ€­πŸ˜‚πŸ’˜

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              1. Or… the wording was just hilarious.

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                1. πŸ€­πŸ€­πŸ™Œ That’s why you don’t take me seriously — i’m the goof-off you’ve come to know and love 🀣🀑🀣

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                  1. I take some things very seriously. Other things, not so much.

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                    1. Good but I am not a thing so neither way doesn’t apply to me πŸ˜πŸ˜‚

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                    2. Lol I am glad that you had a good laugh. Nothing beats when we all share these good times πŸ‘πŸ˜‚

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                    3. πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ‘

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