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Is Honesty wrong ?

By Alther | Alther | 28 Jul 2022


Honesty is one of the most difficult things to do when the consequences are bad results from that honesty. However, what does it mean to be honest brings ugliness and can be interpreted as being wrong, where when someone is honest in the end they get reprimanded, mass judgment, ostracized, persecuted, or rather all kinds of unpleasant treatment.

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Then if so why do we must be honest? Isn't it honest that it turned out to be bad in the end? Doesn't someone do something dishonest because they don't want to feel what injustice is? Doesn't all humans want to feel comfortable in life, as well as life?

 

If we think about this kind of thinking, this is what is said why in the end many people commit dishonesty, just because they are afraid of the consequences or cause and effect of what they do. Most people only think about the views of others, but do not think about their own existence properly and correctly.

There is nothing in the dictionary that can justify that being honest is wrong. The truth is being honest is hard, and rare. So rare, it is no longer easy to obtain in our current era. Because it will only be found and obtained from small children who really do not understand what it is and what honesty is.

And I do not guarantee myself to do an honesty in social life today, why is that? Because the reality is that we live in a system called imagery, narration, association, and a social system that can be said to be what it looks like, not what should be right and what needs to be done.

I don't know why, and that's the truth. If you all read this and don't believe me, try to ask yourself what lie have you done today?

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