Wisdom with Wes: Censored

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Openhearted Rebel

Snapshot_20140731_2We have a tendency to censor ourselves; to keep ourselves from saying things we really want to say, and I think it’s time to transcend this obstacle.

Whether we’re being creative or having a conversation with someone who wouldn’t believe the things we say, we tend to stop ourselves from being ourselves.

We keep ourselves from saying or doing things that sit within, waiting to be expressed.

Since most of us are spiritually minded, we have a lot to say and, unfortunately, a lot to censor. If we want to change ourselves or change the world, however, we’ll have to be vocal about our feelings and beliefs instead of staying silent or hiding away during a conversation.

We don’t want to force our beliefs or opinions on others, but there’s a difference between that and simply offering our perspective. If another person reacts negatively, it says more about them than…

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About BCHQ

Alchemist, Astrologer, Esoteric, Spiritualist, Wife, Mother, and Friend. ~What If I died? What did I give? I HOPE it was an answer, so you might LIVE . . . I HOPE I helped you LIVE~Creed

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