BIG or small, Lies are Lies!
'The most dangerous liars are those who think they are telling the truth'.
It's okay to sometimes lie, but not with the people who have given you so much, who have trusted you so much, who have been kind to you for so long. It hurts, not because of the falsehood, but because of losing the trust. We feel disgraceful for choosing such people in our lives after knowing the fact that the false words spoken by the other person can be hurtful.
I thought of writing something informative today but ended up writing a general but unwanted experience.
WHY IS LYING NOT GOOD?
Lying diminishes trust between people. Lying is just synonymous with being selfish, cheating, engaging in negative practices.
HOW DOES LYING AFFECT OUR HEALTH?
It commonly has negative health outcomes such as Increased Blood pressure, brain disorders, elevated cortisol, increased heart rate, anxiety depression, etc.
WHAT PART OF BRAIN MAKES YOU LIE?
IS IT BETTER TO LIE OR TO TELL THE TRUTH?
People generally say that lies spoken for someone's well-being are always forgiven even by God. Is it? Do you also feel so? Perhaps only sometimes. There are very few stories where lies prove to be useful. Honesty has always been the best policy. I don't understand why do people have to be untruthful? Speak up the truth and let go of the worst!
When we were born we were taught good values. No one becomes a liar by birth. It is the conditions or the situations that force the person to get involved in wrong practices.
WHAT ARE THE DISADVANTAGES OF LYING?
Lying can lead to depression. When we lie sharpness in memory is very important because we often forget when and where we were untruthful. One lie can lead to thousands and millions of other lies. If the person starts lying, she/he might get expertise in this acct which can be tempestuous. The most painful one is that 'People stop trusting in you'.
It is always good to speak up the truth rather than intentionally hurting yourself by getting involved in acts such as lying. It is often said that a lie has no hands and legs of its own.