Speak TRUTH to Facts

"where facts exists, truth is always present"

Speak TRUTH to Facts

What is Truth? What are Facts? How would you speak truth to facts? I am so glad that you asked…..

Fact is something that cannot be combated with reasoning, because it’s logic itself. A fact is something that’s indisputable, based on empirical research and quantifiable measures. Facts go beyond theories. It’s proven through calculation and experience, or something that definitively occurred.

Truth is something which depends on a person’s perspective and experience.  Truth is entirely different; it may include fact and belief.

Both of my cancer diagnosis have been based on facts. The doctor ran a test and the results were that I was diagnosed with cancer along with a prognosis. The facts dictated that I should not be here but truth provided an option. When I applied for & registered to take my license exam, it did not guarantee that I would pass the exam. When I took the exam and didn’t pass, it did not mean I would never pass the exam, therefore I applied again.

My journey has taught me that all facts do not equal solution, problem solved or an answer. Instead where fact exists, truth is always present. Speaking truth to facts means knowing that you have options regardless of the circumstances. It means no matter what you are facing, there is always hope. It means that we can change our mindset or out look on anything. Hope is the strongest survival skill that exists. Truth provides hope, truth provides options, truth is the miracle and when we speak it mindsets shifts. When practicing this behavior, 2 things are necessary; belief & consistency.

I believe speaking truth to facts is call & response. I learned that sometimes I am calling things into existence & the situation responds. Other times facts are calling & I choose my response.

Speaking truth to facts is about connecting, discovering & conquering any obstacle in your way.

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