What you see may not be truth…


Have you ever thought that sometimes you are forced to think that what you see, is actually truth. You might observe a smile on someone’s face but is it the smile he carries from heart or a fake smile just to show others that i am happy.

Whatever you see,may not be the truth. You might think according to your mind but there is a possibility that you are wrong. The truth might be completely differently.

I meet a girl who seem to be quite intelligent and independent but shared with me some things that made me write today. She was happy but for others, personally she passed with so many hard times that no one knew. I read somewere that ” Everyone we meet is fighting a battle we know nothing about”.

Failure will lead to success, you will have to accept & have patience. If you think that one failure means no way around ,all doors closed,thats not true. Your way to success is from failure,you will learn and develope.

Be an observer. Wait and watch, you might get the GEM out of scrap.

Your words of wisdom are welcomed.


About Fatema Vanak

A passionate girl who want to work hard for herself to live in a better way and look at the world in a broad aspect.Want to communicate and be a learner in all aspect of life
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8 Responses to What you see may not be truth…

  1. conmaldita says:

    Sounds great! Atleast being a friend for her is a must-do for now,

    Liked by 1 person

  2. divyaa68 says:

    Absolutely true….coz I, personally can say this. There were times when I just had to pretend that am happy but actually wasn’t….it happens!


  3. AdiC says:

    Just for including this — “Everyone we meet is fighting a battle we know nothing about” — Thank you! Adding it my list of favourite quotes 🙂


  4. equinoxio21 says:

    Observin is key: my grandmother used to say: you have two eyes and one tongue. Observe twice as much as you speak. You have two ears and one tongue?
    (Not quite a true story but my grandmother could perfectly have said it!)


  5. equinoxio21 says:

    Sorry for the missin(g) g in observin(g). I should have looked twice at my text!


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