Over Privileged White Guy (OPWG) Podcast – Ep Thirty-Two – Audiobook Chapter One (1), The Four Body Types & Star Power-Page 14

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OPWG Podcast Episode Thirty-Two Overview – Audiobook Chapter One (1), The Four Body Types and Star Power – Page 14

This week’s Over Privileged White Guy (OPWG) Podcast Episode Thirty-Two (32) continues Chapter One (1) of the audiobook, The Four Body Types and Star Power – Page 14. The discussion between the author, Walter Hego, and the main Fellow One Research researcher, Gnosis, debates the differences between good and honesty while clarifying synonyms and types of honesty in life in terms of why they are important to no less than healthy, sustainable relationships and living, in general. 


Over Privileged White Guy – Audiobook, Chapter One (1), The Four Body Types and Star Power – Page Fourteen  (14)


“…And with how much weight honesty is given, why is the world currently, as it has been
down through recorded, known human history, such an unfair and dishonest place overall?” I said.

“So, you are saying that a person can be good but not honest?” Walter asked.

“I am. The world is full of good people who work hard, pay their bills and taxes, and live their lives accordingly. But many, too many of these good people are not being honest with themselves, let alone with the other people in their life. In fact, too many people would rather lie to spare another’s feelings, or avoid conflict, or merely keep the peace, or simply avoid changing themselves, than talk about what the honest truth is in their lives or the world around them. Lying, whether to one’s self or to another, and holding to antiquated, misinformed, Audiobook Backstory, Researcher's Intro Message, It's All We Really Know - Over Privileged White Guy (OPWG) Book - Chapter One, Page 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14dishonest beliefs and ways of being is just easier for far too many human beings on this planet. But that is precisely the problem,” I said.

“Why exactly?” Walter inquired.

“Because all of those dishonest things are the easy way. The easy way, however one chooses to be dishonest, can sometimes pay off in the short-term. But all too often, when weighing risk in relation to overall gain, especially in terms of aggregate, dishonesty usually has devastating
long-term consequences. If you want to truly be an honest person and live an honest life, if you want true fairness to reign supreme, then live a good life while being honest in all that you do,” I said.

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A bit discouraged, Walter said, “Your point is that people should say and do whatever they want, regardless of other people’s feelings, regardless of anything, so long as they are honest?”

“Not really,” I replied. “It is certainly possible to maintain honesty and find a diplomatic, empathetic, and compassionate way of saying and doing things. But the world that we live in is not very conducive to one saying what they really mean because, due to many reasons, lack of self-confidence and crippling insecurity exists in epidemic proportions across humanity, which is why most human relationships are not honest or healthy. For instance, if a wife asks a husband if she looks fat, he cannot be honest, not even if he finds a diplomatic, empathetic, compassionate way of responding with something like, ‘I think we could both do well with more exercise and perhaps a better diet.’ Instead, if she is at all fat, he basically has to lie to keep the peace. What is wrong with honestly, diplomatically, empathetically, and compassionately telling the person that you love that they may be a bit overweight or whatever the unbalance is for either person, be it mental, emotional, physical, or spiritual? Unbalance which more times than not is a health risk. Maybe, if you are both honest with yourselves and each other, you could both find quality time to spend together making each other healthier as a whole. Building strong, healthy, honest, sustainable relationships is all about genuine balance, self-awareness, self-confidence, trust, and clear, accurate communication conveyed with awareness, diplomacy, empathy, and compassion, all the while being truly honest with yourself. If you cannot be completely honest with yourself, you cannot really be honest with anyone else and thus your relationships will never be truly honest or healthy.”

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