Light Sharing Truth
To actually speak up about what is real and true can be challenging. Telling your truth places you on a pedestal of vulnerability. Fearing to speak up is the bolt you use to lock away your voice that needs to be heard.
Perhaps if you share your truth it can be used as medicine needed for all in the exact moment you find yourself in.
In some moments you are lost because you choose to listen to someone who tells a story on behalf of another person through judgement and perception.
How many moments have you spent your time listening to the story someone is telling about someone else?
Who is the person you need to hear it from?
What are they not saying that you need to hear?
I recently read this excerpt by Suzy Kassem, author of Rise up and Salute the Sun that reads:
“Never judge someone's character based on the words of another. Instead, study the motives behind the words of the person casting the bad judgment. An honest woman can sell tangerines all day and remain a good person until she dies, but there will always be naysayers who will try to convince you otherwise. Perhaps this woman did not give them something for free, or at a discount. Perhaps too, that she refused to stand with them when they were wrong — or just stood up for something she felt was right. And also, it could be that some bitter women are envious of her, or that she rejected the advances of some very proud men. Always trust your heart. If the Creator stood before a million men with the light of a million lamps, only a few would truly see him because truth is already alive in their hearts. Truth can only be seen by those with truth in them. He who does not have Truth in his heart, will always be blind to her.”
Call in the person who is judged, speak your truth to them and listen to them speak their truth to you.
Get uncomfortable!! Take some responsibility! .
When we speak the truth of someone else with our own voice and share it with others or we tell someone else’s story we must check our motive for being the voice of someone else. We must remember to pay attention to what we hear from someone else about someone’s story and consider their motive.
To be the best light sharing truth we choose to be
Developers of Rapport
Cultivators of Harmony
Advocates for Justice
Dear light speak your truth, be heard.
“Never be afraid to raise your voice for honesty and truth and compassion against injustice and lying and greed. If people all over the world would do this, it would change the earth.” - William Faulkner