I’ve been having this discussion with various friends and never ended in a good way. So, let me bring it here and tell me your opinion about this.
Should we always tell the truth even it’s ugly?
In my opinion, NOT ALWAYS and here are my arguments:
- There’s no universal truth about everything (I would say very few). Everything is more or less just one’s own opinion. When we explain our opinion, we tend to say it like it is the TRUTH.
- If it’s something that it might hurt to other person’s feeling and that person didn’t ask for my opinion, I will definitely keep those thoughts for me. For me, that’s a sign of kindness. I really don’t like people who just say what they have to say even what they say will hurt others (and probably they know that). That’s evil. We know that many bloggers receive negative comments. I think that’s being rude.
- Sometime not telling one’s opinion/thought isn’t not being hypocrite but being kind. So there’s no contradiction between being direct and not tell the ugly truth. I used to find a contraction in myself because I think I’m a direct person but at the same time I don’t always say what I think when I know it might hurt other person’s feeling.
What’s your answer and your arguments?
I don’t have many food pictures from yesterday because I spent 10 hours at school, grab a sandwich at food court, nuts and teas as snacks. When I came home, I wanted for veggies, so I made a stir-fry of veggies topped with procioutto. Woooo!!! Good stuff! I am so glad that I took the risk and got it! 😀
broccoli, Brussels sprouts, celery, onion, tofu, black fungus and baby spinach, sauteed in tahini and soy sauce, the magic and safe combo, and topped with more toasted sesame seeds! 😉
and a quick fix for carb: couscous. It took me exactly 3 min to make it.
Q: Do you like goat cheese? How do you eat it?