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Narrative Essay about truth being nescessart in everyday life by Anthony Meszaros Hail travellers Come to me all who are weary and burdened and I will provide you with rest Do you feel tired of all the lies and deception of the world Do you despair at the lack of trust you perceive all about us If so relax yourselves my Wiseman listen or sleep beneath the wool of the lamb and ponder this tale of turmoil I my friends have been sent to this stable from within your minds sent to clarify your lives sent to reinstall your sanity Listen comrades and you shall be granted a new enlightenment You shall know the truth and the truth will make you free It all began many years ago a time when truth and honour were virtues and not a sign of weakness Truth among other qualities held in highest regard Men who praised these qualities were respected and adored This era of peace and happiness was destroyed when the destructive forces of Deception and Despair swept across the plains of our imagination Once honest and true noblemen turned against their King against their family and against their religion It didnt take long before Truth and Honour were both struck down by the overwhelming powers of Deception and Despair No longer was there love joy art or music Life then was changed forever Life was like a curse without Truth ruling over our judgment Man had nothing to live for and soon began dying out Eventually Truth and Honour began to regain their numbers and prepared to strike back Armed with inspiration and a need for happiness Truth and Honour began winning back their land creating a better life for the people and soon the internal environment returned to normal These skirmishes which are still being waged inside our subconscious have since come to a stand still no longer can either side of the opposition
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