Truth, Lies, and Why We Need More Gandhi

Mar 28, 2016
It’s not always easy to tell the truth. We all fail at it in varying degrees. Perhaps not with outright lies, but by bending, coloring or otherwise shading the facts in order to avoid consequences, humiliation or even spare someone embarrassment. For the most part, the consequences of minor lies are unimportant in the big picture of things. But some lies — about origins of conflict, corruption and injustice to name a few — do have consequence. And when these lies are not challenged, they have a tendency to grow and multiply...   READ THE FULL ARTICLE IN THE HUFFINGTON POST