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There are many kinds of lies. The white lie which is supposedly harmless; it is usually told to protect, help, or to keep from hurting someone’s feelings. The lie of deception, it is a lie used frequently and is the easiest lie to tell without realization of its consequences. The vertical lie which advances one’s stature no matter whom it hurts. It is a vicious and venomous lie that destroys; then there is the HORIZONTAL LIE and it is the most common. It is a lie of complacency, a lazy lie which serves only to appease. It usually is harmless, however it can be treacherous. It is the lie that we ignore because it seemingly neither hurts nor helps, it is just there. As we allow it to fester, we collectively turn our heads and ignore its presence. This story is about such a lie, as you read consider the consequences of THE HORIZONTAL LIE. The Nashville Tennessean estimated that over ten thousand people attended the funeral of Country Music Star Don Willy. He was buried in New Hope Cemetery during a heavy thunderstorm. It seemed to mark the ominous end of a memorable page in the long history of Country Music.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2013
    • Ano:  2015
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2020102188657
    • ISBN:  9781892642509

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