A Piece of Advice

Say what you mean and mean what you say. Don’t expect others to read your mind, and don’t play games with their heads and hearts. Don’t tell half-truths and expect people to trust you when the full truth comes out.
Half-truths are no better than lies.
And don’t ignore someone you care about, because lack of concern hurts more than angry words.
Lies help no one in the long run.
So,
1) Don’t say “I love you” if you don’t mean it.
2) Don’t say “I understand” if you have no clue.
3) Don’t say “I’m sorry” if you’re not.
4) Be honest with yourself and your loved ones

A really good advice but I believe that angry words hurt real bad too. You know, when someone is angry, they tend to say things that they’ll regret and in worst cases, it can also turn into physical actions.

“Any action committed in anger is an action doomed to failure”

What’d ya think?

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4 thoughts on “A Piece of Advice

  1. Sharon Brooks says:

    Lies might seem to help in the moment, but they won’t in the long run. For in the end, no one will believe a word coming out of your mouth. Even when you tell the truth, it will be your consistent lies that speak of you, rather than the consistent truth.

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