Linda Lancashire Psychic

Secrets And Lies

Hello Readers,

‘Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive’

All people have secrets and all people tell lies. They tell lies to protect their secrets. Watch with glittering eyes all around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places, and three people may keep a secret only if two of them are dead. Lies and secrets, they are like cancer of the soul. They eat away at what is good and leave only destruction behind.

All families have secrets. They are what are known as ‘skeletons in the cupboard’. Often they come out for a good airing at weddings, christenings and funerals. There are names that are never uttered or uttered once and never again. During conversations there are gaps and spaces where the answers should be. There are secret letters, notes, texts, e mails and coded conversations and of course, lots of pretence and denials. No one ever wants to own up to spilling the beans or take personal responsibility for revealing the truth. There are whispers, strange looks and promises never to tell, but do be mindful of the fact that ‘wine always loosens the jaw’. There are love cheats involved in eternal triangles of torture, wanting, waiting and lamenting that they never meant to hurt anyone, yet could not help themselves to get involved in such a dark abyss of nothing to show for it in the end except exposure of all the scheming and lies they conjured up.

There are two kinds of secrets, the ones you want to keep in and the ones you not dare to let out and a secret’s worth depends on the people from which it must be kept. What some people do not realise is that when they are telling you a story, the more they keep out, the more they highlight what is left in  because the best kept secrets are the ones that are twisted.  Sometimes the biggest secrets are the ones you can only tell a stranger and the best way of keeping a secret is by pretending that there isn’t one and put your trust in no one, because there is a very true saying. ‘Your best friend can turn out to be your worst enemy’.

Above all, don’t lie to yourself. Someone who lies to themselves and starts to believe what they are saying arrives at a point where it’s impossible to distinguish the truth from the lies. They dig a hole for themselves that is so deep it is not always possible to crawl out in one piece, plus they risk losing the trust and confidence of the people that once held them in such high esteem. If someone cannot tell the truth about themselves, they cannot tell it about someone else either.

A person is not what they think they are, they are what they hide within themselves and sometimes it is necessary to lie in order to discover the truth……

Until Next Week,

Love and Light,

Linda and The Lulas xxx

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