People’s True Colours Will Always Come Out. Sooner Or Later.

Hello! I am sure that this has happened to many of us in the world in terms of finding out someone’s true colours and who a person really is. I am sure you have met so many people who don’t end up to be the same person in the end. It is a sad thing to have to experience. When you go through life with these certain issues, trust and having faith in people slowly diminishes into the air. People need to be honest from the beginning of any friendship of relationship a person starts from the beginning. The truth always comes out no matter how hard we try and hide it from people. People at first get fooled by being colour blinded and in the beginning, people do anything to get their foot into the door of a new friendship, relationship, a job placement or whatever the case maybe, but then after a while the person starts changing into someone who a person or people once thought was incredible and great to be with is now someone who is the total opposite. I am sure a lot of us go through that in life and a lot and I cannot even count how many times I myself have been in that situation.

People need to realize that the world does not revolve around one person, it revolves around everyone and the world is for everyone. Not one person. I feel like as the days go by and years go by more and more of peoples true colours are coming out more often and people need to realize that their actions, words and the approach to things have a big effect on the other person or people. You cannot always think about yourself and be selfish and be a fake person to get what you want. It is not cool to be dishonest and lie to people. Now in job placements it is extra hard to get in and review resumes because people choose to lie, and lie in interviews and everything else to just get their foot in the door and then screw up in the workplace or do something terrible to other people working. Its not a great trait to develop. If your serious about working and if you are willing to give it your all, be honest about it and don’t fool the company you work for. That is where someones true colours come out again.

Honesty is the best policy in anything. Without being honest, forward and a straight shooter, you can lose a lot of friends, you can lose out in relationships, and lose out on great jobs you can get. Think about it. Be clear in your colours, come clean about yourself in the beginning, so that people who are colour blind emotionally and mentally can see the real colours from the start. Think long and hard before you talk and before you act. There are people who can take water out of a rock and there are people who are such great judge of characters. You must watch out on how you portray yourself and how you represent yourself. Good Luck and be REAL.

 

15 thoughts on “People’s True Colours Will Always Come Out. Sooner Or Later.

  1. When I am going to be honest with a person, I always ask myself these three questions before opening my mouth: 1. Is it true? 2. Is it necessary? 3. Is it kind? If the answer to all three is not yes, then I keep my big mouth shut. Thanks for sharing, and Happy Easter!! Charley McKelvy in nearby Michigan.

  2. I was on twitter and saw your blog. Just wanted to stop by and say Hello and” like” what you had to say. So many play this game and try to destroy others with there dishonest behavior. Sometimes I consider the Source of the Information.

  3. so true and so well explained, this is when you know your true friends, this applies in every aspect of life od marriage and divorces, sometmes you accept litle differences cause no one is perfect.. well observations Talin.

  4. I hate it when someone shows to be one way and then, sadly, changes and his or her true self emerges, which usually lets me down in very upsetting ways. I wish people weren’t so dishonest. What’s the point of showing something you’re not?
    Who are they fooling?

  5. It takes a lot of effort to be fake, especially if it exceeds the general boundaries of politeness. Unless, they want something from you, they want you to buy something from them, people usually don’t bother to be maliciously fake. They just AVOID people who are not so pleasant to be around with, i.e. sanctimonious preachers, those perched atop a moral high chair — you get the picture — so that they don’t have to be less than polite.

    If people are not responding positively to you, maybe it’s time to look at yourself first before pointing the finger of blame at them. Are you too needy? Do you have unrealistic expectations of other people? Are you even interesting enough to be around with? Are you too sensitive and have a hair trigger reaction to perceived slights by others? Do you have any original creative thought that doesn’t fall under the category of a generalized motherhood statement at all?

    If you want to be nice and pleasant, then do so without expecting anything in return. Being around someone who is the Grand Enforcer of the Universe’s Code of Conduct — especially when such grant of authority is dubious — is TIRESOME. They would seek more pleasant company elsewhere and I wouldn’t be surprised at all.

  6. Somehow I don’t think we intentionally try to be fake. Some people fall in love with someone then out of insecurity they hide who they are because they’re afraid of scaring the person they’re in love with off. This could be why many (women mostly from my observation) people get into marriages then change on their partner. They can’t fake it forever so they eventually bail. I suppose I should be grateful my wife bailed on my after a 5 years relationship (3 1/2 of them married) rather than 20 years when we would have likely had kids like many guys I know. Thank you for your post.

  7. In addition to that, I think when you first meet people, they are a different person than they will be say a year down the line. Especially teenagers. So it is very hard finding someone’s true colors, but until then, I enjoy the person I think they are. :)

  8. I guess that’s why before we enter any relationship (friendship or otherwise) we need to invest out time into understanding and feeling what kind of a person we are about to be walking the path with. Trust out own inner voice. And people will always ‘disappoint’ if we take everything at the surface value. Can we be ‘disappointed’ and not condemn, but still let them know, without fear, that what they did or did not do – is unacceptable to us?
    Takes a lot of self knowledge too. And people are afraid of letting others know when they have a problem (gripe). Instead they go off and vent.

  9. Along with other comments, yes genuine integrity is being crushed under the spin and pressure of the workplace, but we are nevertheless responsible to remain our true self, I like the steady quiet voice of your blog. I will listen out for more!

  10. People have spent years and filled libraries with books pondering the meaning of life and the best way to life it but (for me) no one has ever summed it up better than Ghandi “There is no god higher than truth”

  11. Well-written. I like the way you take a tricky subject and ‘speak your truth’ calmly and succinctly . . . not just in this post, but it is a special talent you have, and share. Thank you.

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