Does people want to hear truth?

Feb 2022
15
4
Czech Republic
No I don't mean that.

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I don't see how your answer relates to the discussion. This is quite complex topic imo so please think twice before posting a reply to make sure one's point is clear and related and to avoid digression and increasing the complexity of the discussion.
 
Feb 2022
15
4
Czech Republic
the most deaf is the one who does not want to hear!
Like... Bruh. Leave the cool statements and contribute to the discussion if you decide to post something. Same with your "I agree" statement. This is not a poll. This is supposed to be a discussion and not some place where you mindlessly throw around random statements without any foundation or refence.
 
Mar 2022
4
0
Roma
Like... Bruh. Leave the cool statements and contribute to the discussion if you decide to post something. Same with your "I agree" statement. This is not a poll. This is supposed to be a discussion and not some place where you mindlessly throw around random statements without any foundation or refence.
in my subscription to this forum I was not asked any particular requirement therefore, I believe that I can write as I think and simply express my AGREEMENT or DISAGREEMENT. having said that, are you not ready to hear the truth of others?
 
Feb 2022
15
4
Czech Republic
in my subscription to this forum I was not asked any particular requirement therefore, I believe that I can write as I think and simply express my AGREEMENT or DISAGREEMENT. having said that, are you not ready to hear the truth of others?
Guess I will have to write some simple rules next time I create a new topic and hope people will follow them.

What do you mean by the truth of others? Based on the attitude and the philosophical idea, that concept may not even exist. But yes, I want to hear other thoughts and opinions. I am not here to "spread my religion" like some people do when asking about others' opinion. But even though I somewhat agree with this statement:

the most deaf is the one who does not want to hear!
I don't see how it contributed to anything. Neither any of your posts.
 
Mar 2022
31
6
Jonesboro, AR
By and large, you are correct. I like to call it, "better the devil you know."
However, it really depends on your perception of their character makeup
as to whether or not they really want to hear the truth, and it is there that
you must exercise caution in your delivery.

Telling the truth has hard, and fast rules; something I call, the "Safety, Security, Truth" protocols
and I always check myself by these before speaking MY truth.

Q1 - Is it safe for children, family, friends, and self? ...in that order. If so, Ok.
Q2 - Is it a secure truth? What will be the consequences if you speak "your" truth?
If you answer Yes to BOTH questions and it is a necessary truth, one that you
speak not to just absolve yourself of some guilt... then tell your truth and
let the chips fall where they may.

The truth can be a bitter pill, as someone has previously commented, and it
takes a mature perspective to absorb a painful truth.

More can be said about the "my truth, your truth, and THE truth" perspectives.

Exercise caution.
 
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Jul 2021
783
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London
Truth is real. What is not true is not real. Those that believe in, or rely on, what is not true are self-deluded.
I am of the same perspective. I was thinking today that the extroverted brain just works differently by the introverted, and sometimes it feels like you are forced to be an introverted, or else you won't be accepted, but there are nicer extroverts than introverts anyway, I do understand your mindset, and I agree with it, and I don't even bother arguing with those people sometimes unless I am cornered which would be illegal anyway so it still says a lot about them...