Lets Think! (Day 7)

Lets Think! (Day 7)
Posted by Project FireStarter on April 13, 2013

Hey Firestarters!

Lets think about lies and secrets today. What’s the difference between telling a lie and keeping a secret? Is it ok to do either?

Here’s What I Think…

When we are talking about lies, lies tend to be more malicious and will eventually hurt somebody. Telling a lie is like a virus and it will become easy to stack lies on top of that.

Keeping a secret on the other hand isn’t necessarily a bad thing, we keep secrets to protect people, sometimes it’s better to not tell someone something because it will only cause them harm and start trouble.

What are you’re thoughts on lying and keeping secrets? Are any of them acceptable to you or would you do one of the two? Leave a comment if you would like to share you’re thoughts and feelings on the topic!

And as always I leave you with a quote on trust by William Shakespeare

Love all, Trust a few, Do wrong to none.
Read my thoughts on Honesty at: http://projectfirestarter.wordpress.com/2013/03/20/honesty/
Read more ‘Lets Think!’ at: https://mauldinfamily1.wordpress.com/category/happy-note/


2 thoughts on “Lets Think! (Day 7)

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  1. I avoid lying to the best of my ability. At the heart of all the suffering in the world, one can find lies.

    Keeping a secret? I would tend to link that with holding my tongue, which can be a very good thing at times. Everybody doesn’t have to know everything.


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