Reading Between The LinesI deplore that kind of cowardice that will not declare one's real feelings or opinions. This kind of hypocrite will say what she thinks you want to hear, then elsewhere you find material that flatly contradicts it.
I like to be able to take people at face value. To find that what they say is what they mean. To find there are no subtle mental reservations where they have said something that on the surface is true, but mentally gave to it a different meaning to the one conveyed.
Sincerity is perhaps the simplest form of moral courage. To just be perfectly sincere in what is said and cop the consequences is an attribute I greatly admire.
perseverer 51-55, F 9 Responses 6 Jun 23, 2011