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You can never go wrong by lying

and other solutions to the moral and social dilemnas of our time

by Patricia Marx

  • 386 Want to read
  • 21 Currently reading

Published by Houghton Mifflin in Boston .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementPatricia Marx ; illustrations by Jim Carson.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPN6162 .M275 1985
The Physical Object
Pagination89 p. :
Number of Pages89
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2536688M
ISBN 100395384656
LC Control Number85017533
OCLC/WorldCa12421006

Excerpt from Research Paper: lying always wrong? While the concept of lying appears simple at first, upon consideration one is able to imagine any number of situations in which lying would not appear to always be wrong, thus creating something of a quandary for anyone attempting to argue in favor of ethical and honest behavior, especially in the corporate world. So true. They never change and can never admit to the wrong they have done. You are his “primary dupe” and he will leave for good when he finds another one. Stop being attached to his b.s. it will leave you depleted and devastated. Detach from him and you will get stronger and find some peace.

As one 5 year old said, "You should never tell a lie because the brains inside grown-ups' heads are so smart they always find out." An even more sophisticated level of lying emerges between the ages of 6 and 8. Children can now understand something like, "John wants his mother to think he feels bad about Grandma not coming to visit.". Any sin can cause a man or woman to be lost and, in light of that, none of them are little. Also, if a person tells a lie, it grows and leads to another. Someone once said, “If you never tell a lie, you never have to remember what you said.” As we think about man and lying, it is imperative that we realize lying .

Yeah, it never fails to amaze me how a single lie can undo an entire lifetime of good. —Sherrilyn Kenyon. When you become complacent with someone lying, whether it is a close friend, the media, or your government, then you have essentially given them permission to continue to do so and most often at your expense. Buy The Book Related.   So you notice that in hospitals, the patient never reads a book while lying down unless the hospital bed is properly inclined. If you could somehow replicate that with your pillows in your own bed, and that you have the right lighting, go ahead! Remember that it’s not just about preference.


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