Lying after all, isn’t a very bad idea. We all lie. You lied to your friend for an excuse, to your parents because the truth wasn’t really what they wanted-yes, you phone called people soo damn much that when you had to call your dad the prepaid was all used up.
But a lie intended to hurt someone, to show someone you are something you are not, to yourself so that your feelings do not reciprocate in some other way, to fit into some group to which you do not belong, is a pretty hefty lie.
It’s just a small word, but I’m sorry too much lying gives you at the end too much guilt and wait, karma is also in the line.
Whatever reason you lie for, make sure you know the reason and completely believe in that stupidity or kindness. Knowing the reason doesn’t decrease the intensity of the lie you are going to say, but at least, you aren’t lying to yourself. That matters.
And that’s a gregarious lie-to lie to yourself.
To lie to yourself and believe you are fine to like black when you are fond of green, or lying and believing that you can get into a relationship or what you are doing is right or that your feelings are fine, is wrong.
In fact, that’s worse than telling your classmate his picture profile is crap even though he is new at school. To give you the best answer to all of this, lying to your own self is a sin. I mean, who are you running from? You can’t exchange your body right? Even if you do, your mind, soul, and ‘you’ cannot be exchanged, and to scare you but also to soothe you, your inner self will remain with you until you leave this dear planet. So, apparently, you are staying with a friend who subtly promises and fulfills that promise to stay with you, your entire life. And you’re deceiving your lifelong friend. That’s shameful.
So, once again, lying isn’t a bad idea, but to be more specific, ‘Lying isn’t a bad idea when you know you’re lying and accept it, reducing that lie to zero in the next couple of times you relate it.’ It takes courage to speak the truth, let alone think it.
Remember always, once you lie to yourself and believe in those false opinions you have made for yourself, you will become someone your lies have built, a person of artificiality and feathers and opaque glasses and surely you will miss the transparency of your mind.