In a world saturated with lies, the consequences stretch beyond immediate distrust. Lies erode credibility and integrity, turning trust into a fragile commodity.
The story of the boy who cried wolf serves as a timeless reminder that repeated deceit tarnishes one’s reputation, leaving them isolated and unheard when the truth finally emerges. As adults, our responsibility to model honesty for children is paramount; failing to do so risks perpetuating a cycle of dishonesty that can harm relationships and society as a whole.
PATRICK J. WOOD
Author of “Reflections” a new book
now available on Amazon.