Be Real

Two-faces-Hawthorne quote

Be real. There’s a world full of people out there who’ve forgotten how. Be the person who shows them.

Be you.

About mitchteemley

Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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15 Responses to Be Real

  1. Karen Olchovy says:

    Great reminder!

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  2. Neal Hansen says:

    “Authenticity is a daily practice. Choosing authenticity means: cultivating the courage to be emotionally honest, to set boundaries, and to allow ourselves to be vulnerable; exercising the compassion that comes from knowing that we are all made of strength and struggle and connected to each other through a loving and resilient human spirit; nurturing the connection and sense of belonging that can only happen when we let go of what what we are supposed to be and embrace who we are.” – Brené Brown

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  3. A little off the subject, but my favorite quote by Abraham Lincoln (Not the handsomest president we’ve ever had, apparently) is what he shot back in a debate when accused of being two-faced: “If I had two faces, do you think I’d be wearing this one in public?!”

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  4. joyroses13 says:

    A great and powerful quote, I may have to borrow this quote for my quotes post next Tuesday. 🙂

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  5. Tanya says:

    Very true better to be ourselves and fail rather than imitating!

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  6. I just unfollowed and then followed again haha. I meant to click on your name oops

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  7. Lucie says:

    Don’t know how to be anyone, BUT me! ;>)

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  8. Ann Coleman says:

    Excellent advice, Mitch. It’s so easy to tell others what to do, when the best thing we can do is show them through our own behavior.

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  9. Ashrita says:

    Perfect and I couldn’t agree more!

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