Introduction: ‘Truthfulness’ is a trait of character or personality of a person of being honest and reliable to others by means of speaking the turth’. If we speak what is right then we speak the truth. This is a great virtue. A true man will never tell a lie. He does what he says.
Value of Truthfulness: Truthfulness is a virtue and this virtue can be learned by practice and determination. A man who always speaks the truth is really a man of strong character. His life becomes glorious. A true man never cheats on anyone. He keeps his point. So people depend on what he says. A true man may be poor, yet he is respected by all. A true man can achieve success in business and lead a peaceful and happy life. Everyone is happy to help him. Everyone loves to deal with him. A truthful man is also a man of honesty. He dislikes everything which is fake or fraudulent.
Liar: A liar is not liked by anyone. Nobody believes him. He has a weak character. He is dishonest. A dishonest man cannot shine in business. A liar can achieve success for a short time but in the long run, he is out of it. A liar does not lead a beautiful life. He is always afraid of being found outside. We all know the story of the shepherd boy and the wolf. The boy lost his life by lying. The liar is not believed even when telling the truth.
Conclusion: A true man is respected and loved by all, while a liar is insulted and hated by all. Therefore, all of us should try to cultivate the habit of truthfulness. 0 0 0
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N. B. The article ‘Truthfulness-An Essay’ originally belongs to the book ‘School Essays Part-I‘ by Menonim Menonimus.
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