Let Me Ask You a Question – 8/29/18

How do you know when you’re being completely authentic? When did you last feel that way?

Published by dray0308

I graduated from UNC Charlotte with a BA in Religious History with an emphasis in early Christian origins. I have spent my adult life as an amateur philosopher and avid student of the academic side of Christian origins. My interest in philosophy has led me to observing human behavior, especially as it relates to personal fulfillment and achieving success. It is my mission to help dreamers understand how to become doers. By understanding a few universal principles those that wish, hope, dream, but never achieve can find the personal success they have always wanted.

25 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You a Question – 8/29/18

  1. I try to be authentic without being dramatic. In other words, I show a part of myself that’s genuine, but tend to conceal everything else. So, I guess I haven’t been 100% “authentic” for years. I am only truly authentic with God, because He already knows it all anyway.

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  2. What a great question. I think that I USED to be completely authentic, but once I really think about it, I realize that I still am. But the thing is that that authenticity is rather fleeing. It’s there as long as it is accepted. Once it starts being stomped on, it starts withdrawing. To me, it’s truly sad. It’s not that I am not “myself”, but I tend to be more distant, etc.

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      1. I wouldn’t say walls, I don’t reveal my deepest darkest secrets to just any old person, but normally what you see if what you get, I am not one of these people who put all the happy moments up on social media, you get all of me, the good, the bad and the ugly

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      2. I would say that I am unique subject in that case, I have little to hide, I rarely lie, like I say I am not going to reveal my deepest darkest secrets to the first person that comes along, maybe I am too trusting, but I doubt that as well

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