Learn The Truth About "Hollow Words" In The Next 120 Seconds.

Recently I've been hearing a lot of people talking about being "Ghosted" and just being dropped out of relationships.
That they thought everything was going good... And then BAM they are ghosted or the other person just stops talking to them.

They asked me why I think this happened to them or what do I think caused this to happen to them...

Well to be completely honest with you guys I think one of the biggest problems people face today is that their words are hollow.

There was a time not too long ago, that when you gave someone your WORD it meant it was backed by YOUR HONOR.

But the people today have lost their honor for the most part and their words are just something they say, not something they truly mean.

Most people's words today are as hollow as this can of Mt. Dew I just got done drinking.

I guess this can of Mt. Dew can kind of be a metaphor for the way people are today.

They crack you open. 

Drink you till you've done or have given them everything you can.

Then once you are empty they toss you in the trash and move on to the next person.

I know... It's sad to hear, isn't it?

But I think deep down you know it's the truth.

So many people today will talk and tell you anything you want to hear to get what they want from you, but when it's time for them to put up on what they said they would do or it's time for them to take some action on their part...

They just flat out don't do it.

The reason they don't do it is that their words are hollow just like their honor is.

They don't honor themselves enough to actually follow through with what they have said. 

Let's be honest they don't have any honor or respect for themselves so why should we expect them to honor their words or what they told us?

At first, they might laugh about it and think why shouldn't I? 

I got what I wanted it's their problem if they didn't get what they wanted.

At first, that might be okay for them.

But slowly over time, it eats away at who they are supposed to be and the value they are supposed to bring to the world.

Over time people will figure them out and every person they do this to will be scared but slowly but surely they will meet people who have been burned by these types of people in the past and this time they won't take this treatment from them.

See my friends these people can only do this to you till you figure out this one very simple philosophy:

When someone's words don't match their actions then you know three things about that person.

  1. Their words are hollow and have no meaning. They are just saying anything you want to hear to get what they want from you.
  2. They are hollow inside because their words and non-actions reflect who they really are at their core.
  3. They don't have any honor for themselves so why would they honor their words to you.

So my guidance to the people who asked me these questions...

I told them that anytime a person's words aren't followed up by their actions then they have a choice to make.

Either they can accept it (and know that they are accepting it of their own free will) and continue with this person.

Or, they can not accept their behavior and let them go.

Is my response harsh...


But why give more of yourself and spend your time on someone when it is clear they don't value you, or your time.

The really sad thing about all of this is that it's not even really you or your fault. 

These people don't value themselves enough to even try, or to make their words mean what they say, or to back them up with actions to actually make them mean something.

They lack that old quality called HONOR.

Yeah, I know it's not important to most people today, they just put up with the ghosting and people just dropping them at a whim.

But to some of us, it helps us to know who is hollow inside by their words and actions, and who is actually worthy of our time.

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