Life can only get so far off the rails when you're honest with the people you interact with. Sam Harris persuasively argues that intentionally misleading the people you are surrounded by on even apparently trivial matters is subtly corrosive to trust, strenuous and generally self-defeating in the long term.
This book/essay is very easy to read and follow. I wasn't big on lying to begin with, but this book has strengthened my intuitions that honesty is worthwhile.
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