Many of the world's problems exist for reasons beyond this undertaking yet several, sometimes simple emotional or social problems exist because of it.
Consider relationships. They tend to activate mental and emotional states. Based on the category, such as romantic, friendship, familial and so on, a lot of shifts and movement through different phases as each relationship grows or falls apart, brings about notable changes in mind, body, and soul. Feelings float to the surface, and when one is incapable of genuinely admitting or even accepting them, then adverse reactions to the situation or person arises. At times, this outcome seems viable as capabilities differ from person to person. However, even when news of disinterest in a romantic relationship with someone must be shared, a favorable outcome still exists.
Likewise, with any situation where mental and emotional states come into play, soul-searching offers an opportunity to understand the depth of each situation, its meaning and all the blessings of maturity that come with it.
The challenge with it all is a person's readiness to be open to the truth, whether for oneself or the other party involved.
Moreover, this is usually the most pivotal part as unreadiness is deeply rooted in fear, and for understandable reasons. That level of agitation disrupts any inclination to work through situations consciously, at times leaving words unsaid and circumstances unresolved. As a result, resentment buries itself deep, and communication lacks seamlessness, warmth, courteousness, understanding, and even good intention. In some cases, it turns into a fighting match — a battle for the victory of truth laced with poisonous fumes. In the end, it is hurtful and eye-opening, to say the most. However, the ending and any or all decisions following, all depend on perspective.
Always feeling like it needed to stand up and fight against other truths when all it longed for was an opportunity to be acknowledged. Therefore, honesty should be pure and accepted as such, so express it and allow others that same chance. Let the revelations of each person sit together on a park bench and share a peanut butter and jelly sandwich instead of beating each other to a pulp and showing up defeated in the end.
The way to open honesty is through self-examination. Looking within being straightforward with oneself and resolving things so that personal traumas, attachments, and expectations understand their place and assist with every situation, feeling, thought, and action.
Ultimately, everything finds its way back to introspection. So when lost in the oblivion of unsettling circumstances or emotions, acknowledge and embrace the sincerity, fulfillment, and enlightenment it brings.