Letter on bad effects of telling lies

November 30, 20__

Dear Tushar Rahman,

Hey there, it's your brother speaking. I've heard that you've been saying not-so-truthful things lately. I just wanted to talk about why telling lies isn't a great idea. It's not just about tricking others, but it can actually mess with your own self too.

Lies have some pretty bad effects. I'll give you a quick rundown of some of them, and you can think if it's worth keeping up with this lying thing or not.

First off, when you tell lies, it messes up your relationships. People start to feel distant from you because they can't really trust what you're saying. And trust is a big deal in any friendship or family bond.

Also, lying makes life stressful. You have to remember all the lies you told so you don't get caught. It's like playing memory games all the time, and that can get super tiring.

Plus, lying makes you doubt yourself. Your self-esteem takes a hit because you're not being true to yourself or others. It's not a cool feeling when you know you're being dishonest.

And guess what? Lying isn't just bad for you. It's bad for everyone around you too. When you tell lies, it's like tossing a pebble in a pond. The ripples spread out and affect not only you, but also the people and the world around you.

So, my friend, think about whether this lying thing is worth all the trouble. I know you're smarter than that.

Catch you later,

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