Sincerity and rawness by itself isn’t, cannot and will never be a measure of truth. Just because one person feels a certain way and expresses sincerity and rawness in a certain way, it doesn’t mean it’s the truth.
Even if a person misunderstands a Situation G entirely, but because he/she cries in distress that the situation is A when in fact the situation is G, doesn’t mean that the situation is A.
One can be sincerely wrong.
Lipstick On A Pig
And oftentimes in the fast-paced and superficial world of instant gratification, instant replies, instant everything, where a bunch of people can just quickly and irresponsibly tweet or snap something quickly for SnapC or InstaG, to change history and just put their own narrative on in, that’s either
- severely low in ability to research and find out the truth and/or
- blatantly lying for drama and self-importance
Funnily enough, there are many who loves the lipstick, and miss the pig entirely. This means that either the lipstick is really good, or that people want to believe what they want to believe.
Well, good for them I suppose, for these sort of people.
A Pig Is A Pig Is A Pig
For me (and many of us I believe), even if someone puts lipstick on a pig, I may be more entertained by it, but really – a pig is a pig is a pig. If a whole pig costs $499, putting a lipstick on it and trying to sell me the same pig for $5000 isn’t gonna cut it sweetie. Maybe I’ll give you a dollar for trying or being funny, but the value of the pig remains the same.
Don’t be a sucker that wants to believe what others want to believe, like when I was told how a certain individual is still telling the same old lies on their internal talk, social media and in person – go find out the truth, and the truth will set you free.
Remember, sincerity isn’t a measure of truth – one can be sincerely wrong.