This is a very useful read.

Use it to protect yourself from those who would deceive, and to protect others when the deceiver attempts to sway your judgement.

But also use it to examine yourself before you tell a story that may or may not be harmless. Ask those questions. Don’t be a Smeagol.

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  1. Frances
    Posted December 20, 2020 at 11:39 am | Permalink

    If one can only remember at the time!

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