As I watched a press conference the other day, this query came to me.
It mattered not if I watched a judge, a press agent, a journalist, a sports reporter, a lawyer, a priest, a "lover", a teacher, a corporate executive, a child, a scientist, a government leader, a parent, a police officer...
"Ask me no questions, and I'll tell you no lies," says the famous quote.
What does this mean?
Should we ask Oliver Goldsmith, B. B. King, or Johnny Thunder?
How many questions do we ask in our daily lives, having to discern the truth?
How much time and energy is wasted trying to "figure it out" or FEEL it?
What if everyone told the truth, or we could automatically "know" it--without doubt?
Would we ask questions anyway?
How would that change politics, religion, education, government, business, relationships and life itself?
What lies do we tell ourselves?