3 Nuggets of Truth: Secrets, Facades, and Doubt
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â€œJust watch what happens next,â€ my angels and spirit guides tell me.Â â€œJust watch how this all unfolds.â€
That whisper of intuition in my ear in the middle of the night is probably the only thing that keeps me from runningÂ away, screaming, from the situation Iâ€™ve been observing powerlessly for months.Â Â Iâ€™ve watched a loved oneâ€™s situation go from bad to worse to horrific.Â You know when you think things canâ€™t get any worse but they do?Â Magnify that times 1000.Â In short, itâ€™s a bad, bad situation.
And yet, because of three nuggets of truth, Iâ€™m not as worried as you might expect if youâ€™d heard about what just happened to someone I care for deeply.
1. Things are rarely as they seem.
I have learned never to trust what I see, hear, or read as the final word on anything.Â Reality, after all, is fluid and ever-changing.Â Even if I point-blank ask the question Iâ€™m most concerned about, it’s possible to get a lie, even if the person doesnâ€™t realize itâ€™s a lie because they need to deceive themselves.Â Iâ€™ve learned to read body language and listen to my intuition enough to know when somethingâ€™s just not quite right, regardless of a personâ€™s insistence of the facts.Â I have many times in the past doubted my intuition because I didnâ€™t have concrete evidence, then took eye-witness reports and personal testimony as evidence and later discovered that the real facts were hidden or misinterpretedâ€”that my intuition had been right all along.Â Especially when emotions are involved, there are always secrets and things a person will not admit….
Thanks for reading!Â This article in included in its entirety in The Long-Awaited, Honest-to-God Secret to Being Happy.