Faces of Love (171)


I have been taught not telling what I think or feel, for people will get unhappy. What about me being unhappy for not telling what I think, feel, for not being myself?

Is it better lying who you are for others’ feelings?

Is it better others lying you for your feelings?

It seems to be a game we are playing for avoiding of getting hurt, but how can you understand your pain without being hurt?

In pain you go deep within you and look for the root of that. In pain you know that it is better to be open to know yourself, for

“One of the greatest tragedies in life is to lose your own sense of self and accept the version of you that is expected by everyone else.” ― K.L. Toth

Any drop of confusion keep you in a state you do not like and try to avoid it. Leave that state by telling what you feel, for when releasing your truth, an act of healing starts and you can move on with your life.

Express your feelings!

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With all my Love,


2 thoughts on “Faces of Love (171)

  1. This is so beautiful and true. In essence what you have described is a nice part of the truth and once you think of it it may seem easy. But expressing emotions and do as your heart please is not always a good answer.

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    1. In my opinion, when telling people what I think/ feel I do not have any reason to hide myself or look for more explanation, for I establish my own limits – I am that I am. A person who is hiding her feelings becomes frustrated, for she is afraid of being rejected, of being who she is … Sorry, I am writing from my own experience and my ruler is my heart, for it knows what is the best for me.
      Everyone has the right to his own opinion and I respect yours. 🙂
      Thank you for your comment and appreciation!


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