Some of us will live a life of denial on what are the universal truths. Perhaps we’re in denial because we would rather sit on the fence because it’s easier; perhaps the truth will open wounds that are better let unopened.
Perhaps it’s not you, perhaps it’s someone else who is denying the truth, because they know what they’re doing is something the universe won’t agree with. Whatever your reasons for ignoring the truth, it can never bring the right choices, or the right outcomes.
It not only hurts the person ignoring the truth, but will change the family dynamics as that person continues to gloss over the truth. As hard as it is to be honest and upfront, what we tell others is important; because it shapes our life, our integrity, our children’s life, and it’s a conversation with the universe.
No matter how long it takes, the universal truth will always prevail and act. The truth is the truth, no matter how many times we ignore or gloss over it. Just because we ignore or are in denial about it, doesn’t mean the universe has its blinkers on.
The universe knows our truth and the truth is not something we can avoid: things have a habit of coming out in the wash, so no one escapes accountability.