The third principle of a good lie is to make everything okay, because after all what we want is more important than what we need anyway. Right?
At a certain point the lie becomes that there is no real point of truth or reality, only what we want. Everything else is less important than your own selfish desires.
This is the idea that there are no consequences to our actions and that there is no point in seeking for anything absolute. This is almost always an excuse to do all of the things that you are not supposed to do.
The fourth principle of a good lie is to maintain that there is no rule maker. Since there are no rules then it follows that there never was someone who made up the rules. In order to do this we make God into a “what” instead…
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