Political Correct is not truly who we are

“We in this Society try to be political correct to each other, cause we simply are afraid to be real with each other, for fear of offending one another”.

What these two words of ” Political Correct” really mean is, a way for us to bring a form of fake self to others around us. We have this notion that if we don’t be 100% true and honest toward each other, we think we are protecting others and ourselves from further harm? What we are truly doing with this political correction is, putting off further harm for a later time.

We are so consumed in not offending each other, that we have created this fear that shouldn’t even be an issue for any of us. The way we learn to be better, so we can be stronger as we walk our journey of life, is to make mistakes and learn from them, it is also for us to be 100% honest with each other, so we can learn from each other, and then we can limit the amount of mistakes we make in our lives.

When someone is physically or mentally challenged, we then become afraid to help or be associated with these Individuals, because we think others will look at us as the same, We let this fear control us to the point that, we become someone we truly are not. Being Political Correct is not who we really are, it takes away from us being compassionate of, not only ourselves, but of one another.

The Political Correction within our Society today, is what’s killing us and our Society right before our eyes. ” Honesty is the best policy”, this is a quote that has been around before a lot of us were born here on Earth, just that we in this Society and because we are afraid to offend each other, only think we are making all our lives better, as we walk our paths along our journey of life.

Sometimes in life we need to hear the truth, we need to be honest with each other, yes it’s true honesty and truth brings some pain, but when this pain comes to us in a way of healing, then it is pain we can deal with to fix what is wrong, so we all can move forward on our paths of our journey of life, to be better and stronger and live in peace, instead of walking on eggshells around each other.

To be Political Correct of each other is only procrastinating of one another, it is a way for us to be less honest of each other, so we can avoid any confrontation with one another, we would rather hide from each other, than look each other in the eye and be totally honest or truthful with each other. I understand that some things are better left unsaid, but when we use Political Correction to hide from one another and not be real with ourselves or each other, then this will bring greater pain to all of us as we walk our paths along our journey of life.

When we use Political Correction to hide and not be honest with ourselves or one another, all we are doing is not being true to who we really are. With Social Media in our lives today, it makes it even more harder to be real with each other, as we are now hiding behind our techy devices, instead of interacting face to face. I am not saying we should fight with each other, what I am saying is, we should interact more with each other face to face, be more honest and true towards each other, so this can help us be better as Individuals and more capable of handling, whatever life throws at us, when we are true to who we are, we will not have to use any kind of Political Correction at all, as our Society will be much better for it, which will help us be at peace with ourselves and all that is around us, as we walk our paths along our journey of life.

” life is about being true to who we are, not being Political correct and putting forth a fake self to hide who we really are”

One thought on “Political Correct is not truly who we are

  1. Agreed, P.C creates a “creepy” association. Usually the same people that push for p.c, also laugh at people for being creepy. P.C is Marxism taking freedoms that “MAY” offend. There is a video on YouTube about this.

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