Over Privileged White Guy (OPWG) Podcast – Ep Thirty-Three – Audiobook Chapter One (1), The Four Body Types & Star Power-Page 15

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OPWG Podcast Episode Thirty-Three Overview – Audiobook Chapter One (1), The Four Body Types and Star Power – Page 15

This week’s Over Privileged White Guy (OPWG) Podcast Episode Thirty-Three (33) continues Chapter One (1) of the audiobook, The Four Body Types and Star Power – Page 15. The discussion between the author, Walter Hego, and the main Fellow One Research researcher, Gnosis, clarifies the importance of honesty relative to karma as well as learning from mistakes and failures to adapt, evolve, and change to achieve success in relationships and in life, in general. 


Over Privileged White Guy – Audiobook, Chapter One (1), The Four Body Types and Star Power – Page Fifteen  (15)


“…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.”

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, 14, 15“That makes sense, but being honest is not always the easiest thing to do right,” Walter responded.

“It does require hard work and follow-through, like with most things in life. That is why an honest person continues on, figuring things out. An honest person does not just give up or surrender to dishonesty. No matter if it is less than what they had hoped for, they find a way to be honest with themselves while doing everything they can to maintain honesty in their relationships; in their life as a whole. If you genuinely care about someone then you have to figure out an honest way to communicate what you really mean. Even if in rarer instances this means limiting communication or worst-case, ceasing communication to get your point across,” I said.

“And if that fails, does that mean that one is not honest?” Walter queried.

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“Of course not,” I answered. “Sometimes, no matter how honest one is, relationships fail. Ventures fail. Things fail. And we move on. That is life. But an honest person takes comfort in knowing they did all they could and were honest through and through. That does not mean that honest people do not make mistakes. In fact, honest people embrace their mistakes and failures, perpetually learning and truly amending themselves to maintain balance. It is the dishonest people with whom balance is ever-elusive, who fail to be honest with themselves, fail to embrace their mistakes and failures, and thus fail to truly learn from and make proper amends relative to their mistakes and failures. They fail to learn, adapt, evolve, and CHANGE. At least in a reasonable, timely manner. That is usually what causes the end of a relationship or venture or whatever. And relative to the specific situation or happening and all the variables involved, is what affects karma.”

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