Truth Will Out

Truth Will Out

“Speak the truth. People will forgive an honest mistake; they won’t forgive you if you lie.” ~Mark Goulston

What a week.

Seems the President of the U.S. has dug a bit of a hole for himself.

The House of Representatives has begun a formal impeachment inquiry.

And there’s not a shovel in sight.

Goes to show you: You really cannot outrun your past; it has legs of its own.

Best to keep your secrets to a minimum because they have a way of outing themselves at inopportune times.

Want to live the ultimate form of freedom?

Clean up your messes as you make them. Don’t put them in a box labeled “radioactive waste” and store them away in the recesses of your mind, because, as John Lennon once famously said, “Instant Karma’s gonna’ get you.”

Good luck, Donnie.

You held your secrets too long.

And lied about them too often.

Truth will out.

Always has, always will.


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Cynthia Barlow

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