When we are young, truth is focused on not telling lies, being honest and telling the truth.
In teenage years, truth develops into expressing ourselves in ways that have significance to us.
As we move into the 20s and 30s we consider what livelihood(s) matches our values and priorities, expressing truth in a new way.
Throughout all this we also consider not telling the truth because someone may take it to heart, they may disagree, be disappointed, or feelings may be hurt.
As we grow, we continue to realize the core values and truths that drive us. Living our truth becomes paramount in a deep, self- aware perspective.
We seek members of our "tribe" - people who also feel the call, the need, the desire to live their truth - which may not always be aligned with ours, yet we respect one's ability to live their truth as well. For it is in our brilliance and uniqueness of the values and inspirations that drive us to live truthfully that allow us to flourish as a human race.
Where are you living your truth? What spaces can you create to express your truth, compassionately - to fulfill a passion within and inspire others who dare to listen, who dare to watch, who dare to be inspired to live theirs as well?