Friday, October 4, 2013

True Lies

“A lie, repeated often enough, will end up as truth.” -Dr Paul Joseph Goebbels

A lie, repeated often enough doesn’t become truth, it becomes believable. Adolf Hitler is probably the best example for this. By saying over and over again that the Germans were a superior race, they believed it for themselves.

If Hitler was able to convince a entire country by using this method, what makes you think that you don’t have that same influence in your life?

If you keep saying bad things about your spouse, both of you will actually come to believe it and it will end up being a bigger problem than it should be.

On a opposite note, it’s also true that both of you will come to believe the good things you say to each other.

Say good things about not only your spouse, but everyone you meet. Be careful of the negative input you receive, you might come to believe it.

Originally posted - November 2010

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