relation of dishonesty and the world

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  1. profile image48
    gschaturvediposted 7 years ago

    Although,it can never be said that this world is only and only having dishonest personalities as i am also a wordly creature it seems but enthusiasm of dishonests are growing rich day by day with the span of time.Many times we are forced to accept that that those who are more cheaters more workless,more careless towards their anykind of work ,they get more success. But really it is not so. Cheatins can help to grow some one for a very short period of time but luck can not accompany them always ,so work harder and harder,certainly result would be better and greater

    1. wheelinallover profile image79
      wheelinalloverposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      There are many people who can be called cheaters. What to one person is cheating to another is perfectly acceptable behavior for them. Each person is taught a different set of values while they are growing up. Most end up mimicking the behavior of the person who is their "mentor". This can be parents or others they spend a lot of time in contact with.

      Then there are the people in business who charge one person differently than another. It is a perfectly normal practice in business, yet the one who pays the higher price often feels cheated.

      Scam artists mostly believe that they are doing nothing wrong. They are trained by someone who makes them believe it's perfectly all right to do what they are doing. As long as the person on the receiving end of the scam remembers "if it sounds too good to be true" the will know to run the other way as fast as they can.

      Where dishonesty is learn again is at home. If a child lies and gets away with it, they quickly learn to lie again. Some people go through their whole lives believing they can get out of anything by lying.

      Just avoid people who lie right to your face and you will live a happier life. "Just walk away" is the best policy.

  2. TMMason profile image67
    TMMasonposted 7 years ago

    When a society, or world, throws away morals, then all is fair, cheating, lying, stealing, etc, etc,. We have spent over a half of a century teaching our children there are no morals... anything is okay because morals do not matter.

    So we will reap the rewards of a world without morals.

    1. Cagsil profile image80
      Cagsilposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Hey TMMason,

      Your comment resembles the situation the world faces, but it's ironic, over 2/3 of the world is religious or holds a religious belief, yet you're claiming people have taught others to have no morals.

      Good show. You've apparently proven those with religious beliefs don't teach any morals to their children. lol

      1. TMMason profile image67
        TMMasonposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        Think... "Liberal Progressive Sucular Humanist Agenda".

  3. Uninvited Writer profile image83
    Uninvited Writerposted 7 years ago

    Most people are decent and honest. Those who cheat and lie and scam are still in the minority.

    1. sarovai profile image73
      sarovaiposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      I agree with you. smile


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