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4 Paragraph Essay on Honesty. The definition of honesty is not lying, stealing or deceiving/sincere and frank.

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Eddie Cummins 5th Period 4 Paragraph Essay on Honesty The definition of honesty is not lying, stealing or deceiving/sincere and frank. Now for me as well as many others, saying you will be honest is a lot harder than putting it into action. Unfortunately I learned this lesson the hard way. It was fourth grade and I thought it would be cool to bring an exacto-knife to school. Well as you know, I was caught and was sent to the principle. ...read more.

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I mean, if you think about it, a little lie can go a long way. For instance, if you lie about a theft, not only will you be charged with theft but also for false information to a police officer, which can lead to a whole other year in prison. Now I'm going to sum this paragraph up with one phrase that should have a very clear message. Don't Lie. Honesty is a very difficult topic to describe. You see since honesty is "not lying, stealing, cheating, or deceiving", I believe that it is probably one of the largest problems in society. ...read more.

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Here I am going to tell you all about lies. You are going to get all the information on what a lie is and what it can cause. A lie is a false statement of any kind. Yes, lies can vary from little white lies to more serious lies but the main fact is that a lie is a lie. Lies can cause many things. For instance adultery is the number one leading cause in divorce. Adultery is the act of cheating on your spouse with another mate. This essay has been about honesty and why I feel it is important. ...read more.

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