H O N E S T Y & T R U T H
"Oh! What a tangled web we weave
When first we practice to
~ Sir Walter Scott ~
The truth is plain and simple and takes no
more memory or brain power than but to recall what really was and is. And
even I of modest intelligence can comprehend that regardless of IQ and
intelligence, no one has the mental power to recall all that is said and
done in deceit. Each untruth requires another to be spun to cover the first
and so on until the 'tangled web of deceit' is so burdensome upon the mind
of a man that it does but collapse in upon the wearied mind and at last he is
found out and miserable the whole time of it.
"Thou shalt not bear false witness."
And therein lies the wisdom of the ages and of God. The mind is lightened by
the truth and is free to persue other things and value. Surely the truth does
set one free, free from that never ending burden of covering up one lie built
up upon another. Life is so difficult and complicated and so much unenjoyable
when we practice to deceive. One is forever imprisoned by that web one weaves.
And that is not to mention the fruitless cost of maintenance that it takes
to perpetuate the falsehood. Certainly 'Honesty is the best Policy'.
It is Lucifer, Satan, the Devil who is the father of lies and disception. It
is one of his great tools he uses to bind fast the souls of men, corrupting
them by the wagging of their own tongue. He burdens their minds and souls so
heavily by deceit that often they begin not to recognize the truth from the
lie and thence become totally lost in their webbed and weighted down life
they have built. And it becomes a prison from which only the truth is the key
One lie begats another, or two or three or even more. And each of those in
turn propagate still more and then even they too continue on to do the same
until the whole of the structure becomes an unwieldy prison that ensnares and
binds the liar fast. And he is caught in it unto his own demise, misery and woe.