The world is full of lies and liars, who tell them.


Often we do not like to associate with people who 


lie, but if the truth be told, we have all lied, and if 


we say we haven't... that would be a lie.

Fortunately, the general tendency of most people 


is to be forthright and honest in their communication.

 

Many people lack individuality and find it difficult

 to be themselves or stay true to themselves. Some 


try to avoid arguments, or make people like them. 


As a result, many get caught up in being liked and


 being a part of groups. They blindly follow the masses 


and may fake interest in something or agree with a 


statement he or she does not believe... simply to be 


accepted by others.


Lying is a basic moral wrong that diminishes trust 


between human beings. Being lied to can be frustrating 


and it often breaks the bond of trust between two people, 


causing problems in relationships. 



Lying can be hurtful and detestable, because it treats 

those who are lied to as a means to achieve the liar's 

purpose, rather than as a valuable end in themselves. 

Lies take on all shapes and forms, from omission of 

details to flat-out falsehoods. No matter how common 

it is to lie, it is still considered impolite and bad behavior.



Lying corrupts the liar. Some people are pathological 


liars, meaning they can't stop spreading misinformation 


about themselves and others. Pathological lying is a 


disorder in its own right.

Satan is the father of lies. When he attempted to tempt 


Jesus he twisted everything, even the Word of God, in


 order to try and get his desired outcome. 

A deceptive person will try to anticipate your questions,


 so that their answers sound instinctive and natural. 


They may even practice answering specific questions


ahead of time. When asked something they don't expect, 


they will stumble.


Some people lie to get other people to do what they 


want them to do. Liars tend to speak more than 


truthful people in an attempt to sound legitimate 


and win others overPeople who lie to manipulate a 


situation or other people are often only interested in


 personal goal and/or gain and fail to consider other 


people's feelings.

Truthful people tend to add details and remember 


more facts as they repeat their story. Liars, on the 


other hand, memorize their stories and try to keep 


them the same. If they add details, they often don't


 add up.

If people's words don't add up... 

it is usually because truth was 

not a part of the equation... it

 was nowhere on the radar. 

Half truths are still whole lies!


What we say and do has an effect on others and 


even well-intended lies are a form of manipulation.


Lying, no matter what size, destroys the foundation 

needed for trust.

Many people have told a lie or been dishonest on some 


level. Yet, pathological liars tend to be empathy deficient 


and the truth doesn't matter. When they lie it doesn't hurt 


them in the same way it would hurt us. Some lie more 


frequently regardless of context. It's like a moral deficit, 


and there's no accountability.

Our attestation and truthful statements represent our 

character. We have an exceptionally exceptional tool 

at our disposal... our language. We can use our language

 to actually play with reality and affect the outcome of 

what's happening.


Talk is cheap for some, but dishonest talk can pose a 

serious challenge to the value of truth. The great enemy 

of clear language is insincerity. Alternative facts are not 

facts, but they can become quite expensive for others 

for whom moral considerations come into play. 

Once someone has lied to us we look back on past 


conversations and ask: 



“What else has this person 


lied to me about?” 

A lie has speed. A person's credibility and 

integrity could be destroyed, in no time, even when 

seemingly small lies are told or exposed. 


Lying is probably one of the most common wrong 

acts that we carry out, and once started... all truths 

become questionable. 


 "A tongue of deception" is unjust, vicious, fallacious, 


unrighteous, and corrupt. The lying tongue desires, 


through such vicious dishonesty, to do personal injury 


to another. Thus, it is the cowards way of covering their 


own wickedness and bringing harm to another.

We can rationalize, justify or try to minimize our lies 

to ease our own conscience, but usually such

defensive behavior adds insult to injury and deepens 

distrust. 

Michael Josephson

People mislead themselves all the time. Some people 


are notorious for willfully and deliberately deceiving, 


misleading and lying to others by perverting the truth. 


Some will go out of their way to gather biased 


information, biased reasoning and biased recollections. 


They seek information that supports what they want to 


believe and they avoid that which does not... just to 


gain some kind of advantage, which, on the flip-side, 


if their deception is discovered, causes their altered reality 


to do long-term damage



Deception is the intentional, maliciously conceptualized


 strategy used to, supposedly, save oneself from social and 


psychological chaos. Deceivers, purposely, lie, twist, 


pervert, distort, and spin lies face to face and on social 


media platforms, just for the sport of it. 


If one lies by assent, 


rather then voicing real opinion... they remain silent, 


even when not in agreement.

Some will withhold, and/or manipulate raw data 

in an effort to achieve a specific outcome or result

for their own personal gain. 


If one lies by omission,  


they are being deceptive and misleading by leaving out 


information or details. They tell only part of the truth. 


This kind of liar lies by trying to covertly deceive 


people.

If one lies by commission, 


they are making things up that are not true. Their lies are 


deceptive and misleading. This kind of liar lies by trying 


to overtly deceive people. It is a distinction without a 


point, and the consequences are the same.

Someone who lies is a person who intentionally 


wants to misrepresent and pervert the truth. The 


danger happens is do they become a pathological liar 


and if one day they do tell the truth will anyone 


believe them?

Our proclivity for deceiving others, and our 


vulnerability of being deceived, can be life-changing, 


especially in the age of social media. Our ability, as a 


society, to separate truth from lies is under unprecedented


 threat.

Scheming, dishonesty, spreading lies 


and or wrong information can really 


be dangerous!


If people believe the lies they are told, the consequences 


could have devastating effects on one's life and livelihood. 


Lies can assassinate one's character. Lies can inhibit


growth, put a strain on the brain, cause unnecessary


 stress, prevent progress, it could cause one to be


 imprisoned, severely penalized, etc., because people 


chose to pervert justice by deliberately lying.

 Lying can also occur when one desires to 


“steer-clear-of” a particular outcome.

What a mess we create when we lie and then


 try to cover that lie with other lies. It becomes one


 string of lies after another to keep the truth hidden.


As a result... we end up getting caught in one big 


mess when the truth comes out.


Just like a spider... we can get caught in our own 


"Tangled web".

When we lie about something... we can find ourselves 


in very complicated situations. It is quite taxing trying


to keep the story straight... about the lie.


When we lie or act dishonestly we are setting 


ourselves up with problems and a domino structure


 of complications which will eventually spin out of 


control. If not checked, these tactics can set up 


individuals and organizations for serious failure.


It is much harder to remember a lie...


than to simply tell the truth.


When one deceives or lies to someone about something,


they have to remember each lie so they don't get 


tripped up... and it's hard to keep track of things 


one has lied about.


Lies breed more lies. When one lies, they have to tell 


a few back-up lies. Soon, they have a tangled web of 


lies from that single deception. False denials are 


harder to remember than false descriptions.


The more one bends the truth... the more one has 


to bend the truth... to keep the truth from coming out.


How complicated life becomes when people start lying. 


A lie often requires other lies... and those... still more lies.


Lies, lies, lies!



It means that if we tell one lie, we will inevitably be 


inclined to tell more lies to conceal the original lie. 


This means when we lie...we have to remember the 


lies we told so that we can continue the fabrication.


Lying is easy, anyone can do it. It is remembering 


which lies we've told and to whom, that’s is the 


problematic part.


This "Tangled web" 


will ultimately trap not only others in one's deceptions, 


but is often the undoing of the liar.


If  a person is suspected of lying, pay attention to 


any inconsistencies in their story. This is a standard


lie detector in itself, which is used in courtrooms and 


by investigators. It’s hard to keep up with a lie, 


especially when one is asked to go over the details 


again and again. The liar will more than likely slip up


 and ultimately tell on themselves for lying.


Lies beget lies... and causes one to end up more


 lies to cover for the initial lie. This can often mean


 one is digging themselves into a hole of lies... or a 


tangled web of lies.

Lies will drive one nuts trying to keep all the stories 


straight... especially, when they have never even


 happened.


Not all people are capable of fully discerning the 


tangles and holes within the "Web of Lies".


The worst and most dangerous and damaging lies


are the ones we tell ourselves. We make things difficult 


and complicated for ourselves... when we deceive others.

Lying comes from the devil.


John 8:44


Satan is a liar... the father of lies.


All deception, in the course of life,


 is indeed nothing more than a lie


 reduced to practice.


The more one lies or deceives... the bigger the 


"Tangled web" 


they create... and the more complicated things become.


 The idea here is that... it is better to come clean and


 tell the truth. 


Honesty has always been the 


best policy.


Tangled webs are full 

of holes! 

Habitual liars are diabolic creatures. They can be easily 


recognized because they like to keep various groups 


of friends and acquaintances separate, for fear they will


 be exposed, thus, causing the "Tangled web" to unravel.

When one tells lies or acts in dishonest ways...


they create extremely complicated, complexed, 


and difficult situations which can get confused


 and spin out of control. 


Lies can cause one to become ensnared in a web

of lies. The more one lies, the more lies one has 

to tell to keep the lies from being exposed.

Deception is a false reality... it is the illusion 


of truth. It is the detailed weaving of truth, 


half truths, lies, and lies of omission.


Liars are great at creating deceptive storylines


worthy of belief. 


Why would a person waste artistic skills


 to deceive others? Maybe... to avoid having 


their lies exposed.


If one tells lies... they had better have a really good 


memory or they will end up in a "Tangled web" 


of lies.



When one decides to lie about something they 


end up getting into deeper trouble because


 they have to keep weaving lies to try to get 


out of the first lie they told.

Lies can become very expensive to maintain.


If one weaves a "Tangle web" of lies,sooner or 


later they're going to get caught.


Liar. Liar. Liar.


Living a life of lies will catch up to us, eventually,


becoming harder to maintain


 the longer we uphold the facade.

In order to successfully perpetuate deception, 


the liar must be willing to live that lie...


 whenever duty calls.


When one practices to deceive... 


this becomes the "Tangle web"...


and they weaved it.

One is considered to be a liar when they state 


something as truth... knowing it is erroneous.


 When people fail to admit that a previous statement 


is untrue... or when they intentionally fabricate a 


story... they are being dishonest... they are not 


telling the truth... they are lying.

Admitting to an error is far better than 


continuing to invent stories to support the 


original statement laced with lies.


Lying, or failing to tell the truth, wreaks 


havoc in the lives of the liar and others.


Lying, 


when it becomes consistent 


deceit, it is evil at its core.


"By their Fruit will they be known".

 

For whatsoever is not of the true


Righteousness of The Eternal Father...


is of Satan.

The truth is free... and it sets us free!

May we make the right choices, 


and do the right things. If we tell 


the truth, there is nothing to 


remember because, it is the truth.

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