In the present age, even truth can be deceiving but still it can never be essential to lie. If you can put a smile on someone’s face and make them happy that lie won’t even count. For instance, if your friend asks for your views on her new dress, even it doesn’t suit her much, you would praise her and say yes to make her happy and bring smile on her face, rather than harsh comments. Only by accepting the importance and significance of the truth in our world we can hope to pave the path to success and greatness. Hence it is always essential to tell the truth rather than telling lies, no matter what the circumstance may be.
To pick up as many “writing” points as possible, make sure that your writing flows smoothly from one idea to the next. Use strong and clear transitions at the start of each new paragraph. You might begin a new paragraph, for example, by saying “Similar to her use of historical evidence, the author employs statistical evidence to argue that the economy is strong.” You should also connect separate clauses with words and phrases that show the specific nature of their relationship, such as “thus,” “therefore,” “nevertheless,” “for example” and “in contrast.”
Shifting from being front and center to an observant spectator, I began to see beyond myself, picking up the art of people-watching. As if placing an invisibility cloak on, I would quietly sink into the blue armchair, discreetly watching peoples’ behavior and interactions with one another. I found myself creating whimsical backstories of circumstance for each passerby, intertwining chance encounters and meaningful exchanges. People-watching not only helped me to become more aware of those around me, was also as an opportunity to explore undiscovered parts of myself.