Why do we lie?

Lies distract attention from reality. When we lie, are we trying to make ourselves seem better? Have less faults?

What’s going on? Why do we need to talk and explain complex illusions to cover up our realities?

A lot of the lies we tell are so small and insignificant, they barely matter to the person we tell them to.

Instead; next time we feel an urge to lie, pause… Why are we unhappy with reality as it is? Is there a fear that prevents us from discussing what actually happens? Could we use our advanced imagination systems to discuss reality in a positive light?

If we all lie about similar things, for similar reasons, then discussing them openly should come as a relief in our conversations. As opposed to shock and awe we imagine the reaction to be.



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