Move like God does!

In Knowledge, Truth, Wisdom by Cliff Green11 Comments

Maybe I don’t have any emotions, compassion or empathy towards other people. Sometimes I can come off like that if you are a meek personality type. But that is the furthest away from the truth. If you know me, you know that I am completely honest and blunt. And to be honest, to most people honesty hurts. To move like God means to move and speak to people with honesty.

To me I find it more compassionate to be honest and upfront with people. Giving people the truth is better than shielding them with lies, because in the end lies don’t help that person to learn and grow. I wish more people were like that with me. Only a few of my closest friends truly keep it one hunnit as they say. My friends and I go hard and would like for people around us to do the same. We want the best for everybody and we strive to live that way in our daily lives.

God, the Most High, the Supreme Architect, Divine Intelligence or whatever you call the being that created us all won’t lie to you. Neither will I. I’m working to move as God does.


  1. Very honest insight post. You’re right! Not all people can handle the truth. And those aren’t your people. People that are for you wouldn’t want you to change into someone you are not. Instead they would only want to see you to manifest into a better version of yourself.

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      I am learning to and working towards only being around people that are progressing forward. People that have theirs and the people around them best interest in mind. It’s hard when we live in a world where most people aren’t built to handle or live in truth. Thank you Myyalia for stopping by and dropping that jewel!

  2. I once posted to FB that people would rather hear five lies than one whole truth. I don’t know what it is about some of us that we want to stay in an illusion, surrounded by mirrors. I’ve learned that it’s much better to maintain as much authenticity as possible and trust that you’ll attract the right people.

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      Living in an illusion is easier or at least it seems to be easier than facing reality. Ignorance can be bliss but usually that bliss is detrimental. A lot of people believe that what they don’t know, won’t hurt them! It usually is the things that they don’t know that does hurt them. I’ll take the truth and authenticity over lies any day! Thanks for tuning in!

  3. Ok, here I go. How do I know what is the truth? For instance, in your sentence that begins “to me I find it moor compassionate of me….”, you spelled the word “moor” incorrectly. Shouldn’t it be “more”? To me, Elva, that is the truth that I am telling you. But, maybe you chose to use the word “moor” on purpose because it refers to Black people. Or maybe “moor” is the new slang, like “your” instead of “you’re” which I notice a lot of younger people do today. I always want to correct them because I feel that if people want to get ahead they should make sure they use proper spelling or who would take them seriously? But that is just my opinion. Anywho, I felt it my place to keep it one hunnit and hit you with what I think is the truth.

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      Why thank you, I really appreciate your response because there have many of times that I have misspelled words and would have liked for someone to tell me. This time I misspelled “more” on purpose. Some times I get someone who will ask why I spelled it that way. It gives me a chance to introduce them to some hidden history that they may not have known. I do agree that we need to use proper spelling and grammar in order to be taken seriously. Thanks for keeping it one hunnit! I wish moor people would!

  4. The truth is so hard for many of us to accept because it cuts like a sword…. Lies feel so much better and it’s so much easier to delude ourselves… What a cruel world we live in

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      Man who telling brother! The every day battle of truth, knowledge and wisdom seeker! We will prevail though!
      One day people will realize that what makes them feel good isn’t always good for them.

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