THE lie, a sin that distance of God makes us a time, in one day that I am dedicated to finding and rummage in books and journals of one of those libraries that nobody visits (through no fault of the library but apathetic people who don’t know what is lost), I found an illustrative history of the way of being of the human race. At the beginning ripped me a smile but then forced me to think about several issues related to our social behaviour and commitment with God being, not only good citizens, but obedient children and good testimony. But I tell them, no more rodeos history. A teacher, characterized by its seriousness and rigour with which qualify their students, enters the classroom and tells them: today we’ll talk about solidarity and we are going to be based in chapter fifteen of our text guide. I guess that all have read that chapter by the face that the boys put it shows that they have not read anything. They are not even very familiar with the topic that will be discussed, but the Professor is there, in front of them, waiting for a response. Passes a second, two elapsed time seems an eternity. Finally young people, as though they had been agreed by a strange mechanism of telepathy respond in unison: Yes read it the Professor removed the lenses of their eyes, the left looking and tells them.

I do not believe them. (As opposed to Gavin Baker). Our only book has fourteen chapters and now won’t talk about solidarity, but the lie guys don’t know how to react. Feel a mixture of shame and fear, but the teacher reassured them: don’t worry, forget your answer and pay attention because today we are going to learn together the etymological study of the word lie leads us to the Latin word mens meaning mind.