Sunday, June 17, 2012


Hello Ladies and Gentlemen and Everything In Between:

In this world, so many people call others fake or have been called fake before.

Below is the definition of Hypocrisy and I want you to reevalautate the who in the situation is a hypocrite. In life, we sometimes overlook our own truth to demean another human. We have to realize the part of us that is not being completely honest. I always say "be honest with yourself."

  • Have you ever sat with your friends and discussed another friends relationship with her spouse?
  • Have you ever answered the phone and received someone screaming "Did you hear what happened to 'so and so'?" 
  • Have you ever called a sibling to discuss your problems with another sibling?
  • Have you ever changed what you believe in to create peace?
  • Have you ever settled for less than what you deserve?
  • Have you ever told a white lie as you like to call it?   *A lie is a lie is a lie.
  • Have you ever acted like someone your not?
  • Have you ever went against your religion or faith to satisfy man (human)?
  • Have you ever felt you were capable of more than you put out?
  • Have you called someone fake or been called fake?

noun, plural hy·poc·ri·sies.
a pretense of having a virtuous character, moral or religious beliefs or principles, etc., that one does not really possess.
a pretense of having some desirable or publicly approved attitude.

R U The   ?

This is a question that many of us would quickly yell "no", too but are we being completely honest with ourselves. I am not calling everyone hypocrites but at some point of our lives we have to realize, we at one point experienced hypocrisy. We should speak with the person who is being FAKE and help.

Don't Point Fingers SO Fast, Check yourself first and if the person is proven guilty of being fake, PRIVATELY, discuss the situation. 
Follow the steps below:

  1. Ask the (accused hypocrite) does she/he notice his/her behavioral change.
  2. If he/she acknowledges it, discuss why she/he may be acting this way. If he/she does not acknowledge it, give it TIME. Sometimes, it is difficult for someone to accept something that is new or they may have never thought about. If you mention it, they may give it second thought.
  3. Discuss possible changes and/or anything you can do to better the situation.
Major Hint: Don't fake religion or anything for that matter because God is always watching.

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Adios Amigos, Until Next Time
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