Evil Is Never True

Often one hears someone give this explanation of a discordant situation: "Oh, it isn't anything that just happened. It's been building up all day" or "... all year" or "... all my life." Unless such a remark is mentally challenged, the listener may agree and accept a feeling of despondency or hopelessness.

Reason directs that we examine the validity of any statement or idea or situation. The question is always, "Is it true, or isn't it?" A lie never becomes true because we believe it for a while; but we labor under the mistaken belief as though it were true, until the falsity is fully recognized. Therefore it is important that we analyze all concepts for their trueness; doing this consistently can free us from discords.

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