Letters from A Better Me

90-Day A Better Me Letters Series

Part II: A Journey of Perspective

What Launches Us Forward: The Stable Foundation

 

Day 43: Understanding Perspectives of Truth

Dear Self,

I never realized how much I can keep myself hostage to my beliefs by not being flexible and open to understanding how they work in my life and the lives of others. I didn’t realize how many traps I’ve made for myself because of how I choose to believe things are. When I make things absolute, I start a war within in me if that belief isn’t serving my well-being and being led by fear.

I see the value in understanding perspectives of truth that lie within each individual. I don’t have to be a prisoner of my thoughts. I can look at the perspectives of truth as an open doorway into understanding of others and myself. It’s a step in me taking down the walls that separate me from myself and me from others. I’m able to face what I’m being led by—Love or fear. I’m becoming real with myself, which is step in the path of me living an authentic life.

I really want to make the most out of this Earthly journey. I don’t want to miss beautiful steps out of fear. Understanding perspectives of truth opens me up to learn from so many more people in the world. I can feel love that I didn’t allow myself to feel because I didn’t agree with someone else’s perspectives of truth on things like religion and politics. I can see the blessings in understanding perspectives of truth. I can see where I have confused love and fear when creating my perspectives. I can see where I’ve followed fear or love. If I see these things in myself, I can see them in others too, which helps me communicate in a more productive way.

Seeing the world through the lens of perspectives of truth has opened me up to the greatest blessings I’ve ever felt. I’m seeing with clarity. I’m taking responsibility for where I’m allowing my perspectives of truth to lead me. I can be responsible for the fear and the love I’m choosing to spread through my perspectives of truth. I can stop taking responsibility for other people’s perspectives of truth when I stop demanding they follow mine.

My expectations of people have lessened as I start to see the perspectives of truth within each individual that I encounter. I see an individual’s humanity. I no longer look at people through their titles, because I finally understand that no title can define an individual. I actually want to understand them better. I want them to understand me better.

With Love and Gratitude,

A Better Me

Rachael Wolff ©2019

Please read more about this important topic perspective of truth by clicking on the link: 90-Day A Better Me Series: Day 43 – Perspectives of Truth