Time to check-in.
We all talk about wanting the truth, but honestly, do we really want the truth. Of course, we say it but then it seems like once we get it. We all of a sudden become naïve to what it is and question who it is because of our own unwillingness to be able to accept it for what it is. We discriminate against the truth like a mad man then end up looking like the bad man when it’s publicly recognized when in turn, we could have accepted and shifted to create a space of it in our lives. But truth cannot be understood without the vulnerability of self being present and hungry for it.
To understand truth, you must be willing to first accept its validity. Truth is the inevitable that has taken place already. Truth is what is and shall always be. Truth is what we run from because we fear what it holds will hurt or force change on us when we least want it to, so we abandon it and “search” for another truth. We search long and hard to not accept these terms of current happenings and in turn ultimately still come up more disappointed by the fact we’ve only lied to ourselves that there is something that wasn’t supposed to be or that there isn’t something that’s been staring at us the whole time.
With truth comes change. They go hand in hand when required. So, change in its own is an uncomfortable truth and is unlikely to happen for one who hasn’t understood and accepted its terms and conditions. In order to change, you must accept the things you can’t, and give it to God. In order to change, you must get over your own idea of what you thought was supposed to be and flow with what is. In order to grow, you must first get rid of the old way of doing things. In order to grow, you must experience uncomfortable.
What undeniable truths have you tried to force into the “lie” category? What level of comfortably have you reached in the areas of your life that require your uncomfortable decisions to manifest truth, blessings and new wisdom? Are you finally willing to walk through the fire without the fear of the burn or has the lack of flexibility you’ve made in your life hindered you from your own defrost?
It’s time to check-out now. The hotel was only for a weekend.