Justice may cover her eyes to avoid visual perspectives that cloud her judgement, but that doesn’t mean she’s blind to the games being played. Don’t be afraid to weld your sword and make a path to see what’s really going on. You may need both sides of the story before you make your ultimate choice to balance the scales you hold in your hands.
Remember there are always three parts to every story, your side, their side and the truth. You may need to take off the rose colored glasses and see things for what they are, not what you want them to be. They may not be as bad as you have expected. Sometimes what you want isn’t what we need. And you may already know that what you want has a negative downside. Sometimes we have to give something up in order to attain what we need. That may mean walking away, or it may mean accepting the truth about what’s really going on.
Don’t let your emotions rule your vision. Think things through, gather intelligence from varying sources, get to the heart of the matter and see what can be resolved first. Your decision will be made easier for you, but you need to make it with a clear head, the right intent and a full understanding of the story..not a small piece of it.
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