Value - Truth

Fact, certainty, legitimacy, and sincerity. Are secrets and lies the real enemies? Do you decide what is true and who gets the facts? Has your entire life been built around tall tales that are only now surfacing? Are you just beginning to see the Truth about what’s really going on around you?

Example Statements

Die Statement
D4 The truth is what I decide it is.
D4 We have to keep our secrets.
D4 Who tells the truth these days, anyway?
D4 People fear the truth.
D4 I prefer the cold hard truths.
D6 The truth is often dangerous
D6 Everyone keeps secrets.
D6 If I keep my secrets, nobody dies.
D6 I prefer to believe in people.
D6 All I want is to know where things stand.
D6 Be honest with me.
D6 The truth is elusive.
D6 I know you’re lying because your lips are moving.
D6 People twist the facts to suit themselves.
D6 I need to remember not to blurt this stuff out.
D6 I’ll fess up when it’s important.
D6 You can count on us to keep a secret!
D6 It’s hard to tell illusion from reality.
D6 I cannot abide pretenders.
D6 You are all mistaken.
D6 I need facts so I can make better lies.
D6 Keep your mouth shut.
D6 I’ve got patents to protect.
D8 Nobody keeps secrets from me.
D8 Exposing the truth can cause more harm than good.
D8 When nobody else can do it, I will find the truth.
D8 Deception is a poison.
D8 The truth’s always going to get out.
D8 Lies and deceit part before my mind’s eye.
D8 I will bring the truth to light.
D8 The cosmos reveals its truths to us in time.
D8 Not everyone needs to hear the truth just yet.
D8 I’ll get to the bottom of it.
D8 Third priority is eliminating irrational input.
D8 I’m going to rake the muck.
D10 Truth is a weapon like any other.
D10 I need to get to the bottom of this!
D10 You’re going to tell me everything.

Value - Truth

Hudson City Chronicles tokkibell tokkibell