I have heard and felt many times “I just don’t know what to believe”. What I have realized is, your mind/heart can be deceptive and circumventing.
I know mine can be.
I have seen many people put on a faultless illusion of their intentions, and I have been guilty in the past, especially before I started seeing a psychologist that put so much into perspective. I have been told, “I just want things to get better!” and my past blog Actions speak louder than words, I discussed that when everything is said and done, there is almost always more said than done.
1 Actions speak louder than words
2 Practice what you preach
3 Don’t say one thing and do another
I made the comment about my ex-husband in my past blog that bothered a couple people. I’m sorry and I respect that it bothered you, but please respect how it was viewed to me.
I feel very strongly that it was fake for him to sit by my side and moments later turn deceptively calamitous toward me.
Yes, I am very hurt by what transpired after he rejected me, but I did not deserve the evil things he has done to me. I do not deserve how his mom has treated me. They have constructed lie after lie in an effort to make me miserable. They are failing. I continue to pray for them, as they are blinded by their behavior.
I stand firm that some of the people from my past are very atrocious in their behavior, and I’m not sure if they even acknowledge how calamitous their behavior is. I have no interest in ever speaking to (a majority) of them again.
Actions show much more of a personal commitment than words do.
Nonchalant words contradict merited action. With actions, it shows that you have actually altered your behavior/put forth effort to make something happen coinciding with the objective of your words.
I’m so tired of living in the past!
I shared a friend’s post on book of face the other day, and wrote this:
Why do people put on facades?
- Avoid judgment
- Gain acceptance
What is the end game of people who put on a facade?
The end game of deception is recognition of a lie in one whom you thought to be truthful. This isn’t putting your best foot forward to create an initially positive first impression.
Facades can become deeper and more complex as time goes on.
Its contingent upon how insecure or emotionally imbalanced someone is. A person who has self respect/a feeling of self worth won’t feel the need to incorporate any level of facade, as they are genuinely interested in the person they are getting to know, rather than the audacious focus on how they are coming across.
Energy attracts similar energy.
What you put out, comes back to you. If you put out a duplicitous energy, that is what others will give back to you. 🔄
Ultimately, it is the law of karma that is the end game.💯
Why does society reward those who suppress their true selves to put on a perfect facade while we all hate fake people and having to be fake ourselves?🤔Because we live in a feel good society. We’re much more concerned about a quick fix instead of a temporary solution.
We want it here- we want it now. ✅
Society is like this because
1) people are lazy. 💤
2) if you’re born into a specific behavior, you are raised in that behavior, and therefore that behavior becomes the only reality you know➡️ so it’s very hard for the later generations to make changes. 😩
- It is first accepted.
- Then is is adopted.
- As it fosters with time, people become familiarize with it.
- Then it becomes normal.
So in conclusion, make wise decisions, and follow your gut instinct. Your mind and heart can be deceptive.