Your “Truth Within”

“Go deep and live life from your truth within, and watch your most authentic self, full of love, peace, and beauty manifest out into the world.” ~D.S. Clark …

Our authentic self–the “truth within” that radiates goodness, love, and beauty into the world–is contained within us. Unfortunately, many individuals have not discovered this truth, or have but are afraid or refuse to let it shine forth, and this leaves them with few places to go when they need peace in their lives. Not knowing our true authentic self, leaves us lost and confused–without a sense of balance and belonging and unsure of who we are in this world.

If only we could discover our “truth within” at a younger age, so many of the evils of this world we are currently faced with would be minimalized and marginalized. We would be individuals who are empowered to make our lives–and this world–a better place to live in from the start. Still, it is not too late to begin searching within ourselves, or to help others to do so as well. But we must be willing to learn about ourselves from deep within, and we must listen to what our inner voices have to teach us above all the noise that the world around us creates.

Your hopes and dreams lie within you. Do you look for them there? Do you live from your truth within? Do you see, feel, and embrace “your most authentic self?” It was gifted to you and to you alone… treasure it always.

Take some time to reflect upon your truth within–your hopes, dreams, and values.

Questions to consider:

Where do you most often seek for purpose, meaning, and happiness in life? Within or without?

Have you found a place within yourself where your most authentic self resides?

How might you go about looking for those nurturing places within?

For further thought:

“It is not easy to find happiness in ourselves, and it is not possible to find it elsewhere.” ~Agnes Repplier

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