How many times do you hear someone saying “I want protect the truth?”

How many times do you hear someone says “I want protect the truth?”

Wait, do you believe them?

If you do then, maybe that is one of the biggest mistakes you have been doing.

Today, I wanted to talk on the above sentence framed in the quotation marks that says; I want to protect the truth.

Let me tell you: If anybody tells you that they wanted to protect the truth, they probably have another hidden mission.

Excuse me! I didn’t say whoever said this statement is a lier but I just wanted to let you know that, Truth, Honesty and Justice need no to be helped or protected.

Truth, Justice and Honesty have so much power that shakes whatever comes on their way therefore, it could be a big mistake to claim that you can help them.

You rather say “I want be on the honest side,” “…truth side” or “I wanted to be with the honest.”

What do you think? Write your opinions below, we will respond to you.

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2 thoughts on “How many times do you hear someone saying “I want protect the truth?”

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  1. If one says he wants to be truthful it implies that he wants to help the truth. But if one says he wants to help the truth it implies that he wants to take advantage of the truth. I can trust the former and distrust the latter!

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    1. Hey dear, thanks.
      You say it all, of course❤️
      This article talked on only the second segment of your clarification.

      It’s nice reading your feedback, thank you and don’t forget to share with your family and friends so, they can write down their thoughts/opinion also.

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      Thanks 🤝🤝

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