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  1. Here were the State Duma elections. Who won? True or False? Everyone has to answer for themselves. This will be true. Everything else is from the evil one.

  2. You probably have a question because you have a choice between telling and doing a lie, or telling the truth. The truth in life is objective, it does not depend on your desire. If you say that the sun rises in the West, it will not listen to you. People can only change the name of the West to the East under your influence. Only from this the laws of nature will not change. And it will still be more profitable to launch rockets from the Equator. A person can lie even in confession, but it's not clear what the point is? The laws of mathematical logic can fail in ordinary life, because they are formal. And any person knows what is bad and what is good in the conventional sense. We will not refer to the laws of the Haitian tribes. They don't live very well now.

  3. Oddly enough, those who say that “strength is in truth” do not mean an instant trial, but a delayed one.

    It's like the famous Buddhist parable: “Just wait until the corpse of your enemy floats past you down the river.”

    And while you sit and wait, showing Tolstoy's “non-resistance to evil by violence”, you will have time to finally really understand why this or that person was punished (or pardoned) by fate.

    For this, we are also allowed to make mistakes in our childhood and youth and not be punished for mistakes immediately.

    Although, of course, it seems correct as it was in school: If you answered correctly, you got your five, but if you didn't answer correctly, you got a two. So everything immediately becomes correct and fair by the end of the lesson.

    In general, “Truth” is something like the social unconscious, what most people understand by the truth right here and right now.

    The Romans called it: “vox populi-vox dei”, and this is the principle on which our entire civilization is built.

    By the way, there are several “truths”. There is, for example, an ancient, spontaneous truth – “concepts” that were formed in the criminal world. But even there, only the chosen ones are allowed to decide what is true and what is not according to concepts.

    And there, too, many people think that lawlessness rules, although there is its own order, and most believe that it is concepts that rule, and not lawlessness.

  4. I strongly advise you to try such a game as “evolution of trust”. Although in fact it is a series of interactive lectures about game theory, where they clearly reveal the relationships of 2-3 people to the whole society. Almost the entire game is built on the principles of mathematical modeling and strict logic, which allows the most objective and systematic assessment of actions. Here you can understand for yourself or see for yourself in which cases deception can lead to results, and in which cases it can lead to failure.

    If you try to answer the question based on the passage of the game, the most difficult thing is for those who believe everyone around them or, more simply, naive. At their expense, the rest will benefit. On the other hand, cheaters will only be able to get their winnings for a short time, but in the future they will lose everything they got through cheating. (modern society, in sum, is far from naive.)

    As a result, in order to stay in a winning position, but not be known as a liar in other people's eyes, it is best to start with a trusting relationship, with the truth. And if they start to deceive you, then continue communication in a neutral way or stop it altogether (depending on how you transfer the lie to yourself).

    You can see for yourself:)

  5. untruth wins only illusorily, temporarily. As Churchill said: �The lie manages to travel halfway around the world while the truth puts on its pants. However, the lie will sooner or later be exposed and everything secret will become clear, including any untruth.�

    No matter how much the string twists, it will end“ ” says folk wisdom

    Its meaning is the same: “evil behavior, lawlessness, etc., no matter how long it lasts, will be stopped. It is said with confidence that bad deeds and deeds will come to an end.

    11 The judgment of evil deeds is not quickly executed; for this reason the heart of the sons of men does not fear to do evil.
    12 Though a sinner does evil a hundred times, and is stunned in it, yet I know that it will be good for those who fear God, who fear him;
    13 But it will not be good for the wicked, and he who does not fear God will not last long as a shadow.
    (Eccl. 8: 11-13)

    30 But many will be the first last, and the last first.
    (Matthew 19: 30)

    Pravda ( truth) this is an undistorted view of being, a view that is not clouded by illusions, delusions and selfish motives, an honest view – immaculate. Well, we have only one immaculate person – the Lord Jesus, born immaculately of the Holy Spirit ,which is sometimes also called the Spirit of Truth. He is the Truth.�

    18 The nativity of Jesus Christ was like this: when his mother Mary was betrothed to Joseph, before they were married, it was found thatShe is pregnant with the Holy Spirit.
    19 But Joseph her husband, being righteous and not willing to make her public, wanted to let her go secretly.
    20 But as he was thinking about this, behold, an angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream and said: Joseph, son of David! Do not be afraid to take Mary as your wife, for what is born in her is of the Holy Spirit.
    21 But she will bear a Son, and you will call his name Jesus, for he will save his people from their sins.
    22 And all these things have come to pass, that what was spoken by the Lord through the prophet might be fulfilled, saying:
    23 Behold, a virgin will conceive and bear a Son, and they will call his name Immanuel, which means, ” God is with us.”
    24 When Joseph awoke from his sleep, he did as the angel of the LORD had commanded him, and took his wife,
    25 but he did not know her. How at last She gave birth to her first-born Son, and he called His name Jesus.
    (Matthew 1: 18-25)

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