N I I E L L A
What does truth mean to any of us?
A lucidity of our dreams and fantasies translated into reality. A tangibility of what we desire. That is the truth.
How each of us would like our truth to be interpreted varies. However we may not necessarily realise that this cannot happen if we ourselves cannot face truth head on. We can only face truth when we admit our flaws and give in to vulnerability. To admit and accept that we are inadequate and deficient even in what we think we want to see. The journey to truth can be long and excruciating but is worth the duration of pain in the long run. We don't start off perfect and may never ever reach perfection in its entirety but we can develop understanding and wisdom in our approach to truth.
It took me many years to allow myself to be fully worked on, changed and enhanced. For me to admit that I didn't always make the best choices, to admit that people only dished out counterfeits of truth because I allowed them to, for me to learn how to regulate my surroundings to start to replicate my vague idea of truth and to understand that my vague perception of truth had been flawed in the first place. Whew! How painful it can be to accept that you are your biggest obstacle. Yet once acceptance starts and repentance is cultivated only then can a supernatural overhauling take place.
Coming out on the other side and looking back at what once was self and realising that particular version of self no longer exists is the true prize here. The new found strength and capability to cut off people, situations, thought patterns and character traits that give way to lower forms of truth, that is the real power.
God can only be God in truth or in an environment that craves for truth and provides room for the supernatural to be paramount above self.
THIS IS TRUTH