False and Positivity

False  False friends, false teeth, false information — they often give us a feeling of disappointment at the very least. Imagine yourself trusting somebody with your deepest secret only to find out he/she is not real behind your back; or receiving a message that you won the contest only to be told that it’s not true at all. Even false teeth can dampen your spirit. Put yourself in the shoes of a person on a first date who’s happily chitchatting with his/her prospective lover when the false teeth comes off! You would die in embarrassment, wouldn’t you? It will surely be a huge letdown.

But false, like darkness, is not always a curse. Imagine being told you have cancer only to find out it’s a false alarm? Wouldn’t you jump in jubilation?  Though the word false always connotes something negative, there are many instances in life when it brings hope and joy.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. True George says:

    I have dropped so called friends for the reasons that you described

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