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Hypocrite It is a word that has been around since the beginning of time Wars death and suffering of great magnitude resulted from the misuse of this word However does one know how to use it in the very context of the word And how to identify a person with the characteristics of hypocrisy Websters Dictionary defines a hypocrite as The Pretense of virtue benevolence or religion Although the dictionarys definition is not as clear as one would like it understanding the word is palpable Virtually hypocrite means someone that makes a faade of his or her righteousness his or her character or his or her religion Usually the word is used toward ones belief or politics For example politically it means to say that one believes in the policies of a country but then they pledge allegiance to another county In religion it is the same thing One says they believe something but then do not act on those beliefs One should not use this word on light terms To accuse someone of hypocrisy can mean ones death in some countries On the other hand hypocrisy is in the hearts of people than shown in their actions Therefore one has to look inside themselves and determine whether they are a wafa n hypocrite before they can express the fact that others are The characteristics of a hypocrite are very evident to those around one Their actions and what they say can be a clue to what they truly believe For example if one says they believe in something and then they do the complete opposite of what someone of that belief does and then they are a hypocrite To some the admittance of their true character can be a complete shock but in their hearts they knew what they were doing was wrong The true hypocrite pays lip service to their beliefs It not only hurts their morals but what they do everyday in
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