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Truth

 

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Truth looks different as we grow older.

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Truth is its own witness.

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Truth is lost in too much dispute.

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Truth sits upon the lips of dying men.

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Only the truth hurts.

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Pilot asked, "What is truth?"  Jesus didn't answer.

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Repeat a thing often enough and it becomes the truth.

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Truth often depends on custom.

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Give a man a mask and he will speak the truth.

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Being sincere does not mean being truthful.

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If you speak the truth, be prepared to be hurt.

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A truth that remains silent becomes poisonous.

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Some people can't tell the truth without lying.

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All truth is relative - there is no absolute truth.

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In many words we lose the truth.

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There are always three sides to a story: yours, the other person's and the truth.

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To conceal your motive, tell the truth.

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Convictions are more dangerous enemies of truth than lies.

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In drink we mistake words for truth.

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A half truth is a whole lie.

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A big lie is often more plausible than the truth.

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There is no greater lie than the truth misunderstood.

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Cynicism is an unpleasant way of seeing the truth.

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Those who don't change their opinions love themselves more than they love the truth.

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A belief is not true just because it's convenient.

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The Devil sometimes speaks the truth.

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History might be useful if it were true.

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We don't always wish to hear the truth.

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For the truth about yourself listen to your best friend and your worst enemy.

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The vices that really shock us are those that are within us.

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A mirror will tell you what your friends will not.

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If you tell the truth, you don't have to remember what you said.

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Better an ugly truth than a beautiful lie.

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To be in the minority probably means you're in the right.

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When two sincere people argue over their beliefs, both are right.

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Truth turns into dogma as soon as it is disputed.

 

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Anger Anticipation Appearance Appreciation Argument Association Attitude
Attraction Beauty Beginning Behaviour Belief Belonging Bitterness
Bravery Business Caution Character Conceit Confession Conscience
Consequence Consolation Contentment Courage Cowardice Crime Cynicism
Danger Death Debts Deceit Decisions Deeds Defence
Desires Desperation Devil Dogma Doubt Dreams Enemies
Enjoyment Envy Equality Escape Excuses Experience Failure
Faith Fate Faults Fear Flattery Fools Forbidden
Forgiveness Fortune Freedom Future Giving God Gratitude
Greatness Greed Guilt Happiness Hate Hell Hope
Human Nature Humanity Illusions Imagination Importance Injustice Innocence
Irony Jealousy Judgment Justice Kindness Knowledge Laughter
Lies Life Living Loneliness Love Luck Man
Memories Misfortune Money Morality Necessity Observations Opportunity
Optimism Paradise Paradox Passions Past Patience Penalty
People Pity Pleasures Possessions Poverty Power Prayer
Prejudice Prevention Punishment Reality Regret Resentment Results
Reward Risk Sadness Scoundrels Secrets Shallowness Silence
Sins Solitude Stubbornness Stupidity Success Suffering Surviving
Talk Temptations Thieves Thinking Time Troubles Truth
Tyranny Values Vanity Vice Victory Virtue Vision
Warning Weakness Wealth Wisdom Wishes Work Worry

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