“Your name is your primary credential, let nobody discredit it and if so you must draw your sword and slay for the truth” ―
A M A T T E R O F T R U T H N O T S U P P O S I T I O N
Is a person’s credibility based solely on the people they know, the friends they partied with during their college days or the fame and celebrity they have acquired over the years of their careers or the number of political endorsements they receive from a sitting president?
Many times these “wrongly accused” individuals lament the loudest and proclaim their innocence to the world no matter who steps forward to publicly blame them of wrong doing.
Has there ever been a time in your own life when your own credibility and truthfulness were put to the test and later revealed that you were a victim of someone else’s falsehoods?
Shakespeare in Othello wrote,”Who steals my purse steals trash….but he that filches from my good name robs me of that which not enriches him and makes me poor indeed:
Is the public battle for the truth worth all the effort?
Share with us your own opinions or experiences on this matter. — gc
To take part – Write a new post and include the challenge word just as you did with WP’s daily prompts, highlight the challenge and create a pingback by copying the link above. If unsure, check the menu bar and read the How To Page.
Please note: Pingbacks for all challenges are displayed at the bottom of the page where you would normally see the comments and in order for pingbacks to be displayed correctly, normal comments are disabled. Your comments are warmly welcomed on the Talk-to-Us page.