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If you uncovered the truth behind a lie, would you tell the truth?


Ok. let's say that you were going through some old papers in the attic and found that a possible grudge one sibiling had for another was based on a lie. The truth would clear the name of a sibiling that is deceased and perceived to be ungrateful, which was a lie? Do you tell or keep it to yourself, when you have the proof in your hand (literally!)

 

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    brittvan22 4 years ago

    Me too I just felt maybe it would also be opening up old wounds.

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    brittvan22 4 years ago

    I agree and she would too her saying was the truth is always welcome and will set you free!

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    brittvan22 4 years ago

    thanks for your input its appreciated!

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    brittvan22 4 years ago

    I agree, but its tricky opening up old wounds didn't want to seem like I was starting anything, but I stumbled upon the truth (literally.)


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