I had a client this morning, up against a man who is doing her wrong. The thing is, his very version of events is feasible / believable which puts her in a very difficult spot. Basically, being right or righteous., does not mean you win even if you get a judge involved. It’s a very hard lesson to learn.
I have suffered this myself, many times. If someone tells a believable lie, then they’re likely to benefit, at least in the near term. This leaves the injured party to transcend or go crazy which is never a good option.
I’ve observed that attempts to correct something like this are typically futile at best. It’s also possible they backfire and increase your problem. At this point, I’ve learned (Saturn) to let go (Neptune) and let the universe straighten it out.
I understand it may be years before this occurs, and a person get their comeuppance. It may also take years for me to understand or can appreciate how the believable lie benefited me.
I think this is very difficult to do, to have faith, but the rewards are in proportion.
Have you ever told a believable lie, or had someone tell one about you? What happened?
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