Say what you feel, it’s not being rude, it’s being real.

Say what you feel, it's not being rude, it's being real.

Say what you feel, it’s not being rude, it’s being real.

29 thoughts on “Say what you feel, it’s not being rude, it’s being real.”

  1. But be careful how you say it, especially when it concerns the behavior of other people. If someone is blatantly rude, or cruel, then harsh words may be needed. But, if one is pointing out the annoying little flaws in others (totally for their own good, of course!), then be tactful. The pretentious phrase “my own personal truth,” you know, what used to be called opinion, does not give one the right to be crass or cruel.

    1. In my experience; no. All of existence is a cycle, always a returning, but with each pass we are changed. Life like it was may be the same but we are not. It is up to each of us to determine the direction of that change. Growth or shielding, postie or negative. I have been through some truly trying times, and always endeavor to see it as an opportunity to shed old armor in favor of new strength. JMO

    1. You can’t appreciate the opposite part of a thing without undergoing its other side! You can’t distinguish kindness without rudeness. If you feel like saying things in a rude way, do it, but be responsible for it! Then take a reflection within yourself alone! There is a process within everything, bro! We are not born to be saints here my dear. We are born to be who we really are!

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