Have you ever felt the burden of a lie? Isn’t it too heavy? Do you feel relieved when you lie? No, right!!!
Lie is a burden, Truth is a relief.— Dr. Namrata (Ph.D.)
Is it that easy to lie? Or is it that hard to tell the truth? The option that we choose is always personal. Lying is not that easy. It might seem difficult but once we say the truth we feel relieved once for all.
Tell a Lie……and feel the burden.— Dr. Namrata (Ph.D.)
If someone says a lie to you, are you going to believe that person again in future?? The answer might vary from person to person and it also depends on the cause before the lie was told. Don’t you think so??
We all have lied sometimes in our lives. Lying is a common trait. We lie and when we are caught we say sorry. It’s a normal human tendency. Some people find it difficult to lie very often while for others it’s a normal thing.
Now the question arises, why we lie. I think we always lie out of fear. We lie when we try to hide something out of fear. Lie and fear are related to each other. When we are not ready to bear the consequences of what we have done, we tend to hide the facts and lie.
Studies show that when a person lies he/she starts feeling anxious and fearful while when people start saying the truth their physical and mental health improves.
Lying never solves a problem, it actually escalates.— Dr. Namrata (Ph.D.)
If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything.— Mark Twain
This is the beauty of truth. If you say the truth, you build trust in a relationship. You also become a good human being. Truth is powerful.
I’m not upset that you lied to me, I’m upset that from now on I can’t believe you.— Friedrich Nietzsche
This quote is so apt. I also find it difficult to trust a person who has lied to me once. This might not make sense to everyone but this happens to me. Lying is like betraying.
It’s not always that we lie to others. We also lie to ourselves. How many times have you said a truth to yourself? Or what was the last time you said a truth to yourself?
Do not burden yourself with a lie. Say the truth and relieve yourself.— Dr. Namrata (Ph.D)
So unburden yourself, say the truth. Don’t live in a guilt of a lie. You still have the time to tell the truth.
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