If you were to perform an audit of your life, what would it reveal? Would it show any inconsistencies between the person you are, versus the one you pretend to be? Upon examination, could you honestly say you’d be happy with your findings? If not, you should try making some adjustments. The adjustments you make are not intended for others, but for you. It’s a great way of taking an inventory of yourselves, to determine what needs to be kept, and what we you need to rid yourselves of. If you’re going to alter yourself to fit in, appease others or be accepted, then you need to accept the reality, that you’re going to have to spend the rest of your life keeping up a façade, because you’re afraid of people knowing the real you. If you are a person of integrity, why would you allow your morals to pay the penalty for your pretentious behavior? Is it because the acceptance from others is far more valuable to you, than the value you possess? Whether or not you choose to change is totally up to you, but don’t be offended when people change towards you, once they discover you were never who you pretended to be!
Until next time my NOTE takers!