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My moment, my truth?

Wedding at the beach
Truth at the alter

Live in my truth and don't fear what others think of me. Speak my truth, and don't be afraid to stand up for what I believe in. Live in my truth and be authentic. By living in my truth I can show others that I can stand up for what I believe in; even if it means taking a stand and being unpopular. I can also show others that I can be authentic and not be influenced by what others think of me.

During my healing and spiritual journey, my prayers have varied but the need was great. I pray for clarity, courage, and strength to be brave and true to who I am. I pray for the courage to face my demons and the courage to stand up for my truth. I pray for the courage to remain authentic to who I am.

It's during these times that I am at my best and my worst. The peace and clarity I find bring me so much peace and I can move forward with my vision and my goals. However, the anxiety and fear that comes with these times can be overwhelming. I have to remind myself that these feelings are just temporary and that I can overcome them. Taking deep breaths and focusing on my positive thoughts helps me get through these times.

I believe in living in the moment but I am also a dreamer, a realist, and a hopeless romantic wrapped up in one. Some may accept themselves and live in the present, but not me. I will dream. I will dream big and take risks. I will strive for success and fight for what is right. I will never be satisfied with the status quo and I will push myself to reach new heights.

Thus, I strive to find the perfect balance between living in the moment and dreaming for the future.

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Sep 29, 2023

Living in one's Truth may only apply to scenarios of the moment. Once we acquire knowledge, experience facts, and understanding, that TRUTH we spoke openly about can be altered to what we're encountering. TRUTH is a convicted stance that rarely is swayed. For instance, #45 trolls who foolishly claim to speak their Truth; unfortunately, it isn't substantiated with concrete facts, rhyme, or reason. So, when someone tells me I am expressing my Truth, I can't help but ask, "What specifically is your truth." Too often, I get a stuttering reaction.

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