Comply and Rely


When you choose to comply, you’re choosing to rely. 

There are many reasons to justify why the choice to comply is valid, but it becomes a lie to rely on when we know we’ve defied our person. Reasons may be found in the moment, but when the time passes, the consequences affect our integrity and we are the only person to know why it was done.

When a controversial situation arises, and the issues don’t want to be faced, giving in to it doesn’t make it go away. Procrastination will avoid it, but it doesn’t ensure that it’s gone, the truth can’t be avoided. Even if it disappears for now, the truth will only be realized when it has been faced.

The image of an immediate peace alludes a person to yield to others, but unless they are settled with their choice, awareness of what went wrong will emerge. Similar issues that signify the truth continuously arises, encouraging realization and acceptance enlightens the chance to move forward.

There are times when circumstances are complex and provoke with the fear of losing everything, but these are the challenges to courageously pursue for the greater good. Every individual will determine their path and experience their journey. To their person, they’re responsible to distinguish the truth.

Embark on the journey to know who you are, establish your confidence and seek the truth. Don’t just comply and rely on a lie. Independently follow the truth and remain honest with you. Patiently pursue and life will be well for you.

Published by Astrid's Words

Astrid Hardjana-Large is an inspirational author who enjoys Life and adversity. She is motivated to share her inspiration from Life experiences and encourages readers to persevere on the journey of Life.

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