This is something we all, must do, sometimes, wait for the right time, sometimes, make this time the best time.
Once it is spoken, it is out there, with the Universe, in the head of the people that heard you, and they have your perspective, and that is important.
By not saying something, you may regret, but by saying, you may have made a mistake. Making a mistake and learning from it is better than regretting.
After speaking, it is a load off, it feels good, also I believe, if you want to say something to someone you must be prepared, if it is a sudden outburst, choose your words carefully.
What could be the consequences of speaking your mind? Losing a friend, losing a job, losing the trust of a family member, maybe not trust but, but where family thinks you are outspoken.
In my opinion, everyone wants someone who is frank, but when we speak our mind, it many not be taken well.
Ok, now the other side, how would you react if someone spoke their mind, and hurt you, said things about you, that may have been true, like too real to take, how would you react???
Would you talk to them again if it was said during an argument, would you resonate with them, would you confront them again. We always want to be the hero, the speaker, and the ones who do are the villans.
Conversation is important, soft, slow, paused conversations are the best.
No wonder, we have conversations over coffee at a cafe, so that we do not overreact in front of people.
So, tell me when did you last speak you mind?
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I find it a powerful reminder of the importance of effective communication in resolving conflicts and maintaining relationships.