Posts Tagged ‘modern proverbs about honesty’

To tell is hell.

Tell — then take cover.

To get well — tell.

A lie ends with a period; a comma follows honesty.

Secrets perpetuate sicknesses.

Tell or lie; live or die.

We don’t know what we won’t say.

Lie slowly; tell pell mell.

To tell is embarrassing, but to lie is devastating.

Fill the hall; tell it all.

What we don’t tell behavior will.


If you present the naked truth, someone will dress it.

Honesty is the best oddity.

Every truth lies, within someone.

The wise put on their body armor, then fire a round of honesty into what is evil.

An honest adulthood may be hammered out of a childhood forged in lies.

I can only be as honest with you as I am with myself.

The truly honest admit their own disinclination to it.

The truth may lose a case but win a race.

Honest revelation invites evaluation.

If you wear a suit and tie, people will believe your lie.