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Do you think truth always wins in the end?

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    ezba29posted 18 months ago

    Do you think truth always wins in the end?

    People used to convince lies by insisting that many times. If we fought for truth can we succeed at the same time if we repeat one lie spontaneously ca it becomes true?

  2. dashingscorpio profile image88
    dashingscorpioposted 18 months ago


    Whomever is "believed" usually wins.
    When it comes to trying to win arguments with others you almost have to have witnesses, video/audio, or a written/signed documentation to get people to believe you unless they like you.
    A large part of the "personal growth movement" involves people using affirmations, visualization, and other techniques to get them to ignore the truth of their present circumstances to imagine what they really want. The theory is we tend to believe anything with repetition.
    Some people might call these techniques (lying to oneself) or "fake it until you make it" strategies to avoid accepting their truth/reality.
    Essentially people (choose) to believe what they want to believe.

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      ezba29posted 18 months agoin reply to this

      You are right but in olden days people think telling lie is bad thing in life but now it becomes usual

    2. bradmasterOCcal profile image29
      bradmasterOCcalposted 18 months agoin reply to this

      Truth is like Good, and we know that Evil is more powerful than good.
      We live in a world of social engineering, and truth is factored out in order to attain the targeted goal. That goal is to change the country and its values a little at a time.

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    Cissy1946posted 18 months ago

    Sadly, no. What wins is the perception of the truth and that perception is manipulated by whoever has the power. You commented that in olden times people thought lies were bad. Well, people today still think lies are bad but now, just as then, it isn't the truth that wins, it's the manipulated perception.