It’s fascinating how many people truly contribute to the phrase, “talk is cheap”. Talking is great, but for the most part people are just blowing hot air. They are flaky and unreliable. Even apologies are meaningless because people don’t know how to apologize. Yes, I had to write a short manual for Dummies for that. If you are one of them who keep hurting people with your ignorant intentions, I suggest you get down to the basics and read this.

So many clueless and yet, they are the loudest who scream for world change. Why not start within you? How do measure up? Are you living a hypocritical life? Can you be counted on your promises? Do your words have honor? Do your deeds prove unshakeable integrity?

I was taught when I was a teenager that integrity is when you do the right thing when no one sees you. It is just you and your conscience. Nothing is really hidden if you are spiritually gifted and have clue about how Soul contracts and journeys work.

Integrity and character go hand in hand. I wrote a bit about character on my Facebook, which I hope help wake up some people:

“It is not by what we say or do that our worth is measured, but by what we are. Good character is more to be praised than outstanding talent. Most talents are, to some extent, a gift. Good character, by contrast, is not given to us. We have to build it piece by piece — by thought, choice, courage and determination.

How do we develop character? First, we decide what it is that we value. A value is one of many goals that we consider more important than passing desires. It is the rudder of a ship that guides us to our destination. And the fuel for the ship is self-control.

To know one’s character, you only need to SEE if they can preach a better sermon with their life than with their words.

To grow in character, we should take advantage of every opportunity. No matter how full a reservoir of maxims one may possess, and no matter how good one’s sentiments may be, if one has not taken advantage of every concrete opportunity to act, one’s character may remain entirely unaffected for the better. Look at the world. Talk is REALLY cheap.

If we are lacking in character, blaming our circumstances for our weaknesses is just like blaming the mirror for the way we look. Instead of casting blame, we need to cast a new mold. We need to keep chipping away at our faults. Although one cannot control the length of their life, they can control its breadth, depth, and height through character development. In fact, there’s no limit to the height we can attain by remaining on the level.

Our character defines who we are. It’s what we will be remembered for. A good character is the best tombstone. Carve your name on hearts, and not on marble.

Fame is what you have taken, character is what you give. When you awaken to this TRUTH, then you begin to live.”

When you learn to allow your personal integrity to be your guide, your sense of feeling alone will vanish. Your personal will can then emerge so that you will stand in your truth.

Let go of your old thinking and embrace a new way of viewing yourself and the world.

There’s no other path to true World Peace. Individuals must be willing to walk the talk, speak the truth (yes, HONESTY is indeed a lonely word), know their Soul’s and life’s mission, and balance past, present, and future in the NOW. No games. No procrastination. No empty promises. We are in this TOGETHER.

Shape shift that old reality and become your future self. Let us build our future peaceful world. TODAY. NOW.

May this MEMO really get into your senses.

With love, Planet Earth’s Chief Bullshit and Ego Police Department

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Comments
  1. cheryl says:

    thats my sis and thats why i love her so damn much

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