I Refuse To Believe Everyone Is A Liar.......I may be very naive. But the prospect of accepting that EVERYONE lies is too depressing for me and I can not confront it right now. I want to be able to trust people. Because I am trustworthy, it is a big task for me to go around being distrusting. I can't stand it. I believe what I am told, unless it's too blatant. But that doesn't happen often. I realized two people lied to me the other day. (Not on the same day. Over a period of time, but I figured it out the other day). And I thought, wow, I'm not worth lying for!!!! They both lied in the same area. One said that she had tested out of a course in Math (which is very rare, unless they're mathematical geniuses or something). And I found out that that subject is not even required in the school she is going to. The other fellow lied saying that he had a B.S. in Economics. Uhm... not true, because if he did, he wouldn't have to be going the traditional track he is going, but would have gone straight to other subjects more closely connected to his major. WHY LIE???? Okay, to inflate themselves, yeah right, how can they respect themselves after they've lied? Are they so numbed by it all that their consciences don't even work at all? I don't know. And then to me. Like I'm somebody. Once you find out they've lied, they're done, and the ridicule is gigantic. SO NOT WORTH IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
And here? I think I've been lied to by one person. Many big whoppers. Sort of hilarious. I think she might have a mental disturbance, these were major major complicated lies. Makes her own soap operas I guess. But I'm sure I'm off and I've been lied to by many more than just one person. I haven't lied once* and don't plan to. HOWEVER.................... ha ha ha ha ha!!! just kidding :-D
But involuntarily misrepresented or inadequately portrayed the truth as I perceive it? Oh yes, I'm sure I've done that. It's not lying though.
Evania 41-45, F 9 Responses 1 Nov 27, 2010