What that means is we will never be at peace within ourselves if we keep covering up our ‘shit’.
The more honest we are about ourselves, the more we are able to heal ourselves, and be a healer to those around us. The more we own our issues and address them, the safer we will be for-and-to others.
This isn’t about social activism where we buy public favour; it’s about being a whole person who doesn’t need to use activism-related agendas to feel good about themselves.
And when you can relax with yourself while being honest about your mistakes, others will find you as more trustworthy.