Lies: Do we all tell them?

“A man is never more truthful than when he acknowledges himself as a liar.” Mark Twain


Sometimes we tell little white lies to avoid hurting someone’s feelings; sometimes we lie when we said we have done something (then get it done to be true.) The latter is not a good idea or practice. But the worst is when you lie to yourself because you begin to believe what you think.

Personally, I would mess up trying to keep track of lies. With the exception of an occasional white lie, “Your new outfit is flattering,” I tell the truth.  If you never lie, you never have to worry about what you’ve said.

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