Welcome aboard and SUIT up!
SUITS is an American TV Series created by Aaron Kosh, set to have this immersed encounter with the cases to be dealt with the lawyer, Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht, who for me, really has a resemblance with Jim Carrey) and his Associate, Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) who, despite lacking a law degree, fired up the position with his best smart and smashing ideas and understanding.
Series started rolling and you just can’t get enough of the complete season, episode by episode. I love the fact the we can all think and determine how we can be able to solve each enigma – feels like having that kind of degree makes me want to collapse my guard, blow it down and take another turn.
I do understand and I already got the passion to try and solve each problem. Harvey is right, you first need to know everything that had happened – relevant or irrelevant. This is to connect all the stories and see where it really came from.
And… Once a person lie, no matter how small it is, it is a lie and he/she can do it all over again. That point, I get it.
Lie, according to the dictionary,
It is a false statement made with a deliberate intent to deceive;
an intentional untruth;
We are all guilty, oh yes, don’t be a hypocrite. We all lied one way or another; not in an immense kind of way if we have already changed our ways yet it still got an amount.
It goes with everyone:
Once a person lied and the trust got broken, it is so hard to bring that trust back. Nevertheless if we have given them another chance and they have proved that something can be fixed, then it is fine (we all deserve another chance, right?). If it is the other way around (that they did the same thing again to get hold of things and covered it all up), it is crazy. Lucky them if anyone would still buy that.
Seriously, no matter what state of life they are into, they got a huge problem underneath them that they need to find out and iron out very soon; or else, it would consume them in the long run. And yes, it will be odd. Example: Government Officials, take it from the pork barrel scam.
No matter what is the true intention to lie, still… it is a lie. It would be a lie.
Lie/Lying is like intoxicants. Once we can unriddle or solve something by it, we are tend to use this kind of method to solve any problem…I repeat, any… and it is very addictive. It will just feel normal to us as time goes by.
We think that we can polish something through this act, but in reality, we are just making it worse by hiding and covering up. It is just piling up and once it burst, wait for it, it is going to cause all of us hell of a trouble.
NO lie is ever an accident; it is an intentional untruth. It is a choice. It is a decision.
Shainne Hostalero, MDC is a social entrepreneur (owner and founder of Happy Shift PH), a communication scholar, and a writer.
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