truth is a great feat, although easy to cultivate, hard to display; a virtue
possible to inherit, but extremely impossible to implement. Sure, it proves
pungent to the speaker, and very bitter to the lair. No doubt, it hits the
target and wounds the defaulter' but unfortunately the speaker is hurt trebly
number one, the victim tries for revenge overtly or covertly; two the public
despite patting on the back, treats him as an untouchable, for fear of exposure
of their vile nature in future; three, the speaker realizes that he is catching
fire at both sides, for making a lone furrow.
evolved souls wedded to it, venture where even angels fear to tread and plod on
towards the goal, though gibbets greet teem. This is true in every age; and
gods too are not exonerated. But the lair in the opposite camp though deserves
to be despised claims spectacular results wrought by his smooth tongue and
glossy exterior. And on a few occasions they are found to be quite
indispensable. For what they are and what the modus operandi to be used
1. the elder of Pandavas...