Music can be a tonic. I like songs where I can hear the words and have them make sense to me. This song helps me sort out of the real world from the fake one, and speaks of hope to me. Continue readingNo tags for this post.
Let’s learn the language and use it appropriately. Let’s call out those that are put before us for who they are: deceivers. Let’s label them as such.
Perhaps we can create a graphic and build a hall of fame like board. Another spreadsheet perhaps?
Maybe we need to start a new feature: deceiver of the day.
I changed the previous post’s title to reflect what I really think of people like James Woods. Sure he’s an actor playing a part, but to come out and bold-face lie about a fictitious character is pure deceit and quite evil.
The intent to deliberately fool people in such a calculated way really bothers me, and it should bother you too.
v. de·ceived, de·ceiv·ing, de·ceives
1. To cause to believe what is not true; mislead.
2. Archaic To catch by guile; ensnare.
1. To practice deceit.
2. To give a false impression: appearances can deceive.
[Middle English deceiven, from Old French deceveir, from Vulgar Latin *dcipre, from Latin dcipere, to ensnare, deceive : d-, de- + capere, to seize; see kap- in Indo-European roots.]