Phil: Was Morrie Right?


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  1. Gosh, this is fascinating.
    Lying is telling something untrue to intentionally deceive someone. Omission is intentionally leaving out details to deceive. So on the topic of half-truths and omission, I think they can be just as bad as lying if the intention is to deceive. I personally think situations, like when Irena Sendler lied, are justified. But it’s not an easy topic and a multi-dimensional one. This is definitely something that has piqued my interest. I’m going to be looking into it further. Thanks, Phil Lollar for that 😀
    ….But tying this back to Morrie, he is still 100% in the wrong IMO. But I’m very excited to hear the whole interview.

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