Dare to Live Your Truth

Quote about Daring to Live Your Truth, from Jesus in “Divine Messages from Jesus” book by Carolyne Cathey

“Truth is true always. I love truth. I share truth. There is nothing else to share. Love, of course, but love is truth. Love is who we all are—love’s expression. So, be love. Be love at all times. And do not worry about what others think of you. Some will criticize, but others will grasp the truth to their bosom like a lifeline.

“You will not please all. Pleasing all is not even a concern or a thought. You present the truth as provided by The Holy Spirit, Jesus, and the Creator. That’s all you have to do.

“Others will respond according to their perceived view—illusion or truth—but never water down or soft play the truth because someone might be offended. That is the greatest offense, going for popularity instead of truth. How do others go beyond their self-defining barriers if you don’t stretch their minds to a greater expansion? If you water down the truth to be less offensive, then you are part of the illusion, you are cheating the listener, contributing the opposite of what is intended. Only speak the truth, but without concern for the other’s reaction. Their reaction is their choice. Your choice is truth. That is all. Truth.”

~ Jesus, from “Divine Messages from Jesus for a magnificent life” by Carolyne Cathey

2 thoughts on “Dare to Live Your Truth

  1. The risk of disapproval by those we care about makes standing up for our truth painful at times. We all want approval. The fear of losing that approval entices us to blend in even when against our beliefs. This is true no matter our age. Students for certain, but it is as challenging when an adult. We’ll be discussing this dilemma in future posts. Thank you for your comment.

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