The Truth Behind Lies and Truths

WHAT IS the plural of lie?

It’s lies right?

And what is the plural of truth?

Is it truths?

In some way it’s not. Truths is an uncountable noun. It means that we cannot count it. You wanted to know why??

It’s simple as this;

It’s because, in this world where we’ve grown up, there are so many lies! Lots of it. They are everywhere. Unlimited. Littering every truth. Stabbing everyone. Breaking every bond. They never got tired. BUT.. no matter how many lies there are, we all know that there is only one truth!



WHY DO keep on believing when nobody knows what’s true?
Why do keep on loving when everybody got hurt?
Why do keep on talking when nobody’s listening?
Why do keep on listening when our own ears got tired?
Why do keep on trying when everybody gave up?
Why do keep on lying when the truth always reveals itself?
Why do keep on crying when we can no longer shed tears?
Why do keep on hurting ourselves when we are already hurt?
Why do keep on waiting when everybody doesn’t care anymore?
Why do keep on doing things when everybody thought it’s wrong?
Why do keep on smiling when everybody knows it’s fake?
Why do keep on living when everybody will eventually dies?
Why? And why do keep on questioning things that can never be answer?
Why do even keep on searching for answers?
Why do we want to know everything? Why?

We Heard It But We Didn’t Listen

WHY DO we, if not always then most of the time, answer a question and gave a wrong answer even if how simple the question is. Why are we so blind to think? When somebody asks us something we answer in a hurry thinking they needed the answer right away and our answer ending up wrong because the words came out our mouth even before the brain send the words for us to say it out loud. Why? Because we are so eager to answer all the questions thrown to us. As if not answering it the moment it is fired, it will lit and burn us to ashes. So instead of thinking what will our answer be, we gave the wrong answer, we have chosen the wrong words. And that complicate things. Why are we so blind to see? We focus on the answer in the question asked to us instead of focusing in the question itself. We have taught our eyes to look at the wrong side; looking for an answer without looking at the question first.