I find myself in a constant commentary to myself "That's not true... that's only true for some... That's going to mess someone's life up... That's my truth, but probably not someone else's..." I stopped commenting publicly a while ago because it could turn into a full time job.
How many times have you seen a meme & thought that it must be true? How many times have you seen a meme that has triggered some shame or guilt in you because you think & do otherwise?
There is very little absolute truth in the world. We all have a different perspective, different needs, different desires, & our unique path to live.
A meme saying "Eat less!" will only be true & good advice for some people. Those who need to eat more will be misled if they read it & believe it. A meme saying "The more you give, the happier you will be" would make over-giving believers less happy & more resentful.
You see we all have our own truth, our own paths based on our own complex life journey. So rather than blindly follow the contradiction of memes out there, follow your own inner guidance:
Ask "Is this true for me?" then notice how you feel, if it feels light it will be right for you, if it feels heavy it is wrong for you. Meditate to listen to your own inner self & once you have found your own truth, follow it, don't preach it & definitely don't share a meme about it (like I did here)