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  1. says:

    Pinocchio would not admitThe wrong thing he had done.And he kept on telling fibs He didn t stop with one.To speak the truth is hard sometimes,But in the end you ll seeThat honesty, without a doubt,Is the best policy Except, of course, that s complete bullshit These never lie morals are always nonsensical there are certain times to lie Or at least, there is a multitude of people who feel that way.See, that s the thing about morality A Your ideals and your reality are two very separate things B Your morality is not the same as my morality, or my neighbor s morality, or an Italian s morality, or an astronaut s morality, or whoever s morality Each person has their own moral code, and no one s moral code is better than anyone else s.So while some people may try to adhere to never lie , there are immensely people who would say that honesty whenever possible is the best possible compromise Let s look at some examples National Security Every government keeps secrets, and these secrets can extend into cover ups that is, lies Claiming a top secret military aircraft is something else while the craft is classified That s a lie, but most people approve of it Undercover cops pretending to be regular shoppers to catch a criminal That s a lie, but most people would say it s for the greater good Etcetera, etcetera Lying to Children Do or did your children believe in Santa Claus The Easter Bunny Maybe Cupid s or the Tooth Fairy Those are all lies, yet most Americans would say those are a culturally integral part of being a child And most cultures have their equivalents, too Lying as a Cushion Ever hear the one about an old dog being sent to the farm Adults recognize that as a euphemism for dying or euthanization, but when spoken to children who will take it literally, it s a lie Many people believe it s kinder than trying to teach a very young child to cope with death before they re ready Lies of Omission Ever tell someone you re going somewhere, but you give a vague or half truth answer because they might hassle about the truth That s a lie of omission when an important fact is left out in order to foster a misconceptionwhen an important fact is left out in order to foster a misconception , and includes failures to correct pre existing misconceptions Most people would say that s no big deal.I could go on, as there are many different kinds of lies, and each can be justified by a certain mindset or situation Some people would say some or all of these justifications are the result of a guilty conscience Other people would say that such justifications are the result of conditional circumstances That s just it everyone has a different opinion of lying, of what constitutes a bad lie, and of which circumstances warrant or allow good lies.I have to admit that with this in mind, I can find fault in most morals that touch the subject of lying I completely understand that young children might need their morals presented to them in the least complex way possible if they are to understand But that bugs me, too if the child isn t mature enough to understand the complex issue, perhaps offering them a simplistic solution to hold them over until they re ready for the complexity is doing harm than good For the most obvious example, think about the no lying ever moral will look on the day that the Santa conversation goes down The parent is confessing to a lie they told for the child s benefit, and yet the child is suddenly faced not only with the realization that there s no magical figure who gives them presents on Christmas it s just their parents but also that their parents are lying something these parents, if tried to teach the no lying ever , claimed was reprehensible That s a tough situation to be in, and is going to create a lot difficulty than if the parents had simply waited for the day the child can understand their parents beliefs about lying.So books like this bug me Why go out of your way to teach a moral that you re just going to have to unteach later


  2. says:

    This was not a bad story, even if it was not an especially good one My six year old son liked it and understood the moral.


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