Show me the real you, The one I have been longing to see through, Where the wrinkles don't have to hide, And the hairs don't have to be dyed.
Show me the real you, The one which wanted to escape from you, Where the lies don't have to take place of the truth, Where your eyes can speak your mind with no greed of fruit.
Show me the real you, The one where all your scars are a part of you, Where I can touch and name each one of those, And yet, you will be proud and never in your lows.
Show me the real you, The one which has all feelings and emotions of you, Where you don't have to face backwards to allow the tears to come through, And can show your strength by spreading the love in you. -JMJ
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Nowadays, we find a lot of people around us who love to twist the truth for their own benefits. They don’t mind even if it tarnishes the character of a person or hurts a person to an extent that it can cause mental imbalance. Only thing that these kind of people care, is their own safety and reputation.
Let me tell you a story about two nurses, a staff nurse and a senior nurse. One day, it was noticed during the pharmacy check that some of the drugs of a patient were missing as there was no record of it being given to the patient. It came to the notice of the ward manager that those two members of the staff were working on the day when the patient was discharged. Both of them were summoned. The staff nurse knew that it was her senior who discharged the patient but as it happened a while ago, she could not recollect what really happened. So, she told the ward manager that she really doesn’t remember. The senior staff member blamed the junior one for the incident, even though she knew that it was her mistake. The pharmacist found out later that the medicines were given to the patient but the problem was in the documentation. If only, the senior staff could have told the truth that she forgot to sign, the junior one didn’t have to go through all the tension and insult.
Who do you think that you feel like giving respect, the staff nurse or the senior nurse? Does the position or status of a person is more valuable than the virtues of another? Do you think that you will benefit more with dishonesty and lies and also that those profits are really profits? Do you think that accepting our mistakes can make us less honored?
One of the virtues that I really value is honesty and I really think that if a person can’t be honest then he or she cannot be trusted. I also think that if a person can’t own up their mistakes, then they have a weak character. To lie and to put our fault on someone else’s head is a grave mistake than the one originally committed. It not only causes problems to an innocent person but also takes the chance to correct our mistakes and to make things right. Being honest can be difficult, but in the long run that will give us the true happiness and success in the life.
If you do not tell the truth about yourself you cannot tell it about other people.
It’s discouraging to think how many people are shocked by honesty and how few by deceit.
Whoever is careless with the truth in small matters cannot be trusted with important matters.
Honesty is the first chapter of the book wisdom.
It takes strength and courage to admit the truth.
You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.
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