If you’re proud of who you are in the present you won’t feel the need to lie about what you did or didn’t do in the past – that’s what I know.
It’s 1 : 18 PM on day 2608 of my journey towards independence and I managed to pray, read Romans 15:13 and promote my 50 New Feet Campaign benefiting MiracleFeet -raised $4 388 only $8 112 more to raise by June 17, 2018 to help 50 kids with clubfoot (thanks to everyone who has helped out so far).
Recently I was asked a question in an interview and my usual answer to that question was an automatic lie but this time I intentionally chose to tell the truth because I was genuinely proud of who I was and knew that everything I chose to do and not do made me the person I am today
Is telling a half-truth the same as lying – that’s what I’m wondering.
It’s 12 : 01 PM on day 1257 of my journey towards independence and I’ve managed to pray, brush my teeth, practice sitting up straight to strengthen my core muscles, read Esther 1, publish my Disability of the Day feature, feed myself All Bran Flakes for breakfast and promote my Eradicate AIDS campaign – nobody donated so far today but independent artist and host of The Absoloot Truth show on http://yopodner.com Absoloot made a donation yesterday (thanks again Absoloot ) which brings my total raised to $365.81 I am SO GRATEFUL – make sandwiches for our housekeeper’s neighborhood and stretch my hamstrings.
Last night somebody asked me what do you do with your time I told him I do charity work and spend time with my gran when I can what kind of charity work do you do he asked to which I replied I make sandwiches for the kids in our housekeeper’s neighbourhood I didn’t want to tell him about my Eradicate AIDS campaign and make him feel like I was angling for a donation or something it just wouldn’t have been appropriate he was a guest in our home but now I feel like that half-truth was a whole lie. Have you ever felt like you lied after telling a half-truth?