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Lying

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Sam Harris

Never tell a lie, regardless of how small or big it is. Sometimes you could believe the lie you're going to tell is okay, but it's not. You will experience unexpectedly severe negative effects, as will others close to you. For the sake of the planet and for your advantage, it's best to tell the truth.

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What's it about?

In Lying, Sam Harris argues the harmful risks of telling lies. And this includes all the lies, from the little white lies that people tell every single day to the grand lies that are told in front of the whole world. Harris shows how in the end, telling the truth is always the right thing.

Book summary

Never tell a lie, regardless of how small or big it is. Sometimes you could believe the lie you're going to tell is okay, but it's not. You will experience unexpectedly severe negative effects, as will others close to you. For the sake of the planet and for your advantage, it's best to tell the truth.

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Lies come in two types, neither of which should be told.

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Lies can damage relationships.

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Lies can lead to emotional stress.

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If we want a better world, we must avoid all types of lying.

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