Monday, December 3, 2012
"I Did Not Murder My Child"
It often takes readers a long time before they understand how dangerous a liar really is.
A liar is not someone who tells Aunt Polly her blue hair looks "nice."
A liar is one who deceives because his (or her) needs come first.
The liar will steal from your company.
The liar will strike someone who gets on his nerve.
The liar will perjure even if it means jail for an innocent person.
Lying is the verbal evidence of selfishness.
Statement Analysis is in bold type.
We have seen this before: a child is struck, or in another way, injured by a parent, who feels that it was not "abuse", it was "discipline" and that the father did not "murder" the child because the child lived for hours after the assault.