Truthfulness - Vinisha Choudhary

Truthfulness means the fact of being truth. Truthful people will understand themselves, and know their own strengths and weakness. Be accurate in their descriptions of themselves or others, so that they do not mislead others.

The truthful person is the one that always speaks, uses or professes the truth. It is a value that must be formed very early in children and as any value, it can be worked on all their activities, either at school or at home.

Being truthful makes you a better person as well as a better creature on earth. Truthfulness is essential and it's better to speak the truth and follow the lie. 

Being dishonest will make you lose your honesty and people's trust. The truthful person doesn't have to worry about the truth being revealed.

Truthfulness in public life is accordingly an ethical ideal. Seeking to learn the truth and communicate it accurately to other people are virtues that are necessary to a common form of life characterized by trust, respect and the protection of human dignity.

"THE GREATEST ADVANTAGE OF SPEAKING THE TRUTH IS THAT YOU DON'T HAVE TO REMEMBER WHAT YOU SAID."

Vinisha Choudhary
Class - XI Science
The Fabindia School

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