Posts Tagged ‘Realness’
Do you know who your real friends are?
May be this description can help you.
Fake Friends – Never ask for food.
Real Friends – Are the reason you have No Food.
Fake Friends – Call your parents Mr./Mrs.
Real Friends – Call your parents DAD/MOM.
Fake Friends – Have never seen you cry.
Real Friends – Cry with you.
Fake Friends – Borrow your stuff for a few days then give it back.
Real Friends – Keep your stuff so long they forgot it was yours.
Fake Friends – Know about you.
Real Friends – Could write a book about you.
Fake Friends – Would knock on your front door.
Real Friends – Walk right in and say I’m home.
Fake Friends – Will help you when you fall over.
Real Friends – Will jump on top of you and shout “Dog – Pile.”
Fake Friends – Are around for a while.
Real Friends – Are around for life.
Fake Friends – Say “Love you” in a joking manner.
Real Friends – Say “I love you” and mean it.
Fake Friends – Will read this.
Real Friends – Will steal this.
Note: Some things are already written, you merely need to duplicate the content. Thus, was the case for the description of real versus fake friends. I give full editorial credit because I am real and not fake!
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What impression are you making? What do people really think of you? Do they have the courage to tell you? When you walk into a room, what aura do you personify?
Let me share a basic fact. I have said it once: I’ll say it again! You cannot hide what’s inside. Your insides eventually flow out. No matter how slick you think you are, your insides is an outpouring that flows like lava from a volcano. You can’t stop it!
If you are sneaky, manipulative, gregarious, outgoing … it shows, so keep it real!
Stop thinking that people just see your physical presence. Stop being so naïve. Your emotional physique flows out loud and clear. Some, particularly those who know you can read you like a book even if you think that you are not readable.
Stop trying to be a cover up artist. Many things that you think that you are covering up are conspicuously obvious. In fact, you may illuminate more brilliantly what you think you are hiding. Now for those yellow bellies who don’t tell you the truth, please know that you are adding to their problem by concealing what your eyes see and furthering their deception. Admit to them what you see! You’ll find the right words, time, and place. As for the person who keeps playing games, stop it. Admit who you are! Work to improve yourself! Keep it real. Your supposedly transparency is only transparent to you! Everybody else sees right through you!
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