Apr 8, 2014

Quote of the day

"O, what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive!"
-Walter Scot
When you begin doing things intentionally to deceive someone or hurt them in any way, you begin leaving a trail of string behind you. Chances are, if you do something once you will probably want to do it again because it made you feel good. So you will probably go and pick on someone else as well. You will keep dragging that piece of string and it will keep getting snagged on everything, and before you know it, you are in a tangled web with no way out of your lies. Don't purposefully be mean to someone! If it makes you feel good to put someone else down, you need to think it out. Why is it making you feel good? Perhaps it is because you are jealous of something they have you don't, so putting them down temporarily weakens them so you can feel stronger and better? If this is the case, you just need to recognize that you have things that they don't, too, and you should instead be thankful for what you have. Don't want what others have, be happy with what you have. Also, don't purposefully deceive someone, because before long, you will be tangled in a hopeless web.

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