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Ironically, the first lie I remember telling was at my first confession when I was 7 years old. We were told by our Catechism teacher that each of us in our class had to confess three sins. At that age, I really did not understand what a sin really was. When I asked, she told me to confess any lies I told my parents. Well, my parents were super strict, we were taught never to lie and if we did lie, we were told we would get beat. This was a big fear among my brother and me. So no matter what we did, we always told the truth. I did not know what to do, so I asked some of my fellow classmates what they were going to say. So when it came time, I told the priest that I stole a cookie from the cookie jar, hit my brother and lied to my parents about it, and that I lied to my parents about how the mud got on my shoes last week. I can say I left the confessional with fear, I was so afraid that since I had made up lies during confession, that when I got home I was going to get a beaten. I also thought that when I left the confessional that someone would be waiting outside with a paddle to give us our punishment. I did not realize, at that time, you were given prayers to say as your penance.
by Margaret Ann Tyler Johnson6 years ago
Why do parents get upset that their child/children have lied to them? Why was it okay for them to lie on their behalf? Do you as a parent firmly believe it's a difference between a little white lie, a good lie, or a...
by rikabothra11 months ago
Hi everyone,Here's a thought...We have been taught to speak the truth, but it is right to do so in the cost of hurting/harming someone? Especially if that someone is a person we care for? It is one of the biggest...
by Paul Edmondson10 years ago
Do you tell your daughters they are beautiful?
by A James Di Rodi7 years ago
Is it possible to lie without saying a word?
by reymund7 years ago
Telling a lie is a great sin. But in my own perspective, it is apparently good when someone has to. Perhaps of some reasons. It can be a way to displace oneself from rejection, scorn, or maybe to protect himself from...
by mandybeau9 years ago
Just wondering I generally don't bother, as I have to remember what I said initially, so lying is not for me, however I have a friend that tells the biggest pile of B.S., and I have always want to say "what...
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