The Older I Get The More I Realize The Value Of Privacy

Not everyone deserves a seat at the Table of your LIFE

The older I get the more I realize the value of privacy. of cultivating your circle and only letting certain people in. You can be open, honest, and real while still understanding not everyone deserves a seat at the table of your life.

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35 thoughts on “The Older I Get The More I Realize The Value Of Privacy”

  1. Avatar of Zeenia Falcon

    Yes. That's why now i just select to whom i shall share what and who makes me happy. Here, Not even a handful knows who makes me happy. Back home all my dear ones knows. And they are happy for me. What makes me happy makes them happy.

  2. Avatar of Jennifer Sebits

    Very true of myself. I'm enjoying being by myself for a change even if I have a limited amount of privacy. I'm not one to feel like I have the right to judge someone prematurely and rush into the decision of whether they're "worthy" enough to earn a seat at my table. I don't think that I'm above anyone in any case. I'll keep people who I can't trust to treat me well and with the respect that I deserve at a distance.

  3. Avatar of Perry Dave

    All are human beings and NO one is perfect each and every individual has own characteristic it's depending on you how much you are open honest really understood to understand who deserving a seat at the table of your life.

  4. Avatar of Lynn Hafferkamp

    I can be friendly with just about anyone, but being friendly doesn't mean that we're friends. I think we do become more cautious about who we trust and confide in as we get older and that's not necessarily a bad thing.

  5. Avatar of Enaj Yram

    sooooo very true…i was just thinking about this while walking towards the bus stop after work this morning…
    Filter the people that comes into your world, set some boundaries and limitations as well on what you want to share to the world…
    It doesn't mean that when you spend time & talk to people almost everyday, guarantees you that they are your friends and vice versa.
    Sometimes too much familiarity and too much closeness/comfortable they tend to forget the word RESPECT & TRUST and that hurts! considering you respect and trusted them 🙁

  6. Avatar of Pugazhendhi Kuppacha

    When the beauty we cherished
    With the Ego gets perished
    All the needs we seek
    Gets meagre with the Soul getting meek
    When our friends bee around
    For the silly lifeless pound
    Left only with our near and dear
    Have nothing whatsoever to fear
    All we long is a loving word
    For its time to leave the world.

  7. Avatar of Michael Souders

    The older I get, the more I realize the value of privacy, of only letting certain people know what's really going on. When one can be open, honest and real and not having to wonder if there's misunderstanding because it simply doesn't have a place with the trust they have. Everyone has different degrees of this concept of every relationship, and that's understandable too. 🙂 ..just saying.

  8. Avatar of Poet Emmanuel

    Dis agree Kinder, not every body are suppose to shear at your table but the ones who are really worthy to be there.
    Didn't mean you should hate but be as jentle as a dove and as cautious as a snake.

  9. Avatar of Andrẹ A.

    Kinda disagree… you can have a lot of people on your table but only feed the ones who are really hungry of your food, i´m 16 and i think i do that haha

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