Lies can Never Last too Long

Most of us have had an experience about lying and more often than not, that lie has been discovered with consequences that aren’t too pleasant.

In my experience, everyone gets hurt when they are lied to – possibly because it is an innate quality of us to be honest, and truth is something we can feel, not something dreamed up or imagined.

We all know, in some sense or another, that lying doesn’t get you anywhere. Sooner or later it gets found out.

The person might not ever actually find out, but there is that feeling you have in your body or regret that we feel in ourselves. One might often think that we are the only person that knows about the lie, but even in that… we are just kidding ourselves. The other person can feel something is amiss.

My parents would always tell me to be honest and whenever I wasn’t, I would get a sick feeling in my stomach. I lied one time at school and then chose to tell lie after lie to keep it going, but in the end the truth came out and the consequences were worse than if I had just taken responsibility for my actions.

From my experiences, I realised that being honest and telling the truth was the way to go. Even if it was a little hard at the time, at least there was no sick feeling in my stomach.

I also realised how hard it actually is to lie. You have to remember what you said and to whom you said it.

It is a lot easier if you are telling the truth about what actually happened at the time – true experiences are easier to remember. It doesn’t feel good to be lied to and no one likes it.

We can feel the amount of disrespect there is in a lie. How uncaring it is for another, as we all deserve the truth. For the truth is what we all innately know and can already feel. Even though sometimes we may choose to cover our eyes and not see the lie, we can already feel the quality in someone’s words and actions.

Telling a lie means that there is no responsibility for what is going on in life: be it the little white lies that are meant to ‘protect’ someone, or a big lie, to not take responsibility for something you know hurt another.

It is plain to see lies are used to cover up what is really going on, meaning we are not choosing to take responsibility.

We might all have experiences like this – where we have lied and it has been found out. Even the lie that Santa Clause is real doesn’t stay dormant. Everything comes to the surface eventually. Lies can never last too long.

Cheating in relationships might take a while to be exposed; sometimes people think that they won’t get caught. Even if the partner never finds out, often the couple’s relationship isn’t great, a result of something festering underneath.

There can be a lack in communication and drifting apart. Even if they don’t want to be consciously aware of the fact, people can feel it, often resulting in a breakdown of the relationship.

Lies can never last too long.

Some people hold onto a lie all their life about something horrible that may have happened. Their actions or behaviours and health can begin to show clearly that something is wrong. Lies can never last too long. Something gives it away eventually…

There are so many news stories about big scandals, covering things up and lies being brought to the surface. The obvious one that comes to mind is of the church and paedophilia. They had the lie of being pure and just, when the exact opposite was going on. And what happened? It got found out.

Lies. Can. Never. Last. Too. Long.

So, why can a lie never last too long? Well, we can all feel the truth, or lies, in someone’s words. Because of this, it is only a matter of time until someone calls it for what it is. We know when someone’s lying.

Why then does it take so long for lies to come to the surface in some cases?

Well, we all have our own lies, like what we tell to another daily, a mask (lie) we put on for the world. For example, saying “good thanks” when someone asks you how you feel when you really don’t feel good, saying you like something to please another, not showing or expressing how you truly feel or even sitting on the back benches and not saying anything at all.

It suits us to not call out lies straight away when we feel them, for then our own lies would be called out also.

This is why little white lies are often seen as okay, because everyone is doing it, and most of the whole world has been dishonest in this way at one time or another.

No one can ever ‘cover our eyes unwillingly’ with a lie. People can and do lie to us all the time, and the only reason that the lie lingers is our unwillingness to feel what is true or not.

A lie can be felt in the moment it is expressed, we all clock it, but how often does it suit us to overlook the lie?

Lies about an amazing friend.

I have a super amazing friend, who lives an amazing life and inspires so many people as a result of what he presents based from his own way of living and what he observes.

This friend, Serge Benhayon, has been seriously lied about recently – lies that have been intended to hurt and harm him and his family and others who are associated with him.

Serge Benhayon | Founder of Universal Medicine
Serge Benhayon | Founder of Universal Medicine

There have been complaints based on more lies that have been sent to numerous government agencies, only to be found to be baseless by those agencies when they looked and investigated them, in something like over 20 accounts. Bit ridiculous yeah?

But then again, isn’t that amazing? Over 20 accounts that have been found to be lies, as there is no truth to the accusations made. So many people scrutinising and putting a magnifying glass on Serge Benhayon’s life. It really is a testimony to how he lives and his integrity as a man.

We all know by now, as pointed out from above, that lies cannot last. So here Serge is… over 16 years doing what he does and nothing can be held against him – the baseless complaints that have been made have all proved to be empty. What is really there is an impeccable history of true care and dedication to others, I seriously don’t know anyone else with that kind of track record.

Surely there must be something, right? Well he doesn’t admit to being perfect but he is the most loving, understanding and inspiring man I have ever met.

And in 16 years all a few people can do is make up crazy stories to make something appear wrong with him or about him. This means they can’t actually find anything wrong with the way he lives, they have to make up lies to create something that looks bad – that’s pretty darn amazing.

I have never once got a feeling that Serge may be lying, or that what he was presenting wasn’t true.

No one would be able to lie for that long and have things not be found out – he has so many people close to him and able to observe all that he does, and this clearly shows there is nothing to be found out.

Emily Newman
Emily Newman

This, apart from his many amazing qualities and how much of my life has changed for the better since meeting Serge, is why I trust Serge Benhayon one hundred percent. Because, well really, there’s no-one else like him that I know of. In him I can feel someone who presents truth, not lies, in everything he does.

I trust what I feel, for truth can stand the test of time… and lies get found out in the end.

By Emily Newman, 20, Brisbane, QLD

Inspired by Ray Karam’s blog “Ex-Police Officer’s Life Turned around through Serge Benhayon: The Truth about the Lies of Esther Rockett & Lance Martin”

Emily Newman Emily Newman has a deep interest in people and psychology, she loves the beauty of nature.

You can follow Emily Newman on Twitter @emilynewman_

Serge Benhayon | Founder of Universal Medicine Serge Benhayon is an author and presenter and the founder of Universal Medicine. You can learn more about Serge Benhayon at his personal website

Follow Serge Benhayon on Twitter @SergeBenhayon or on Google+ +SergeBenhayon

Further Reading:
Truth about Little White Lies
Esther Rockett & Lance Martin’s Lies about Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine: We are Speaking Out
Unimedpedia: Truth
Universal Medicine – a Business of Excellence Facing Extreme Cyber-Abuse

909 thoughts on “Lies can Never Last too Long

  1. It hurts deeply that lies can be said and believed to be true. In the end you can only go with what you know and what you have experienced to be true and know like you said that lies cannot continue for too long. And on the scheme of history people can be cleared a long time after an event where they were wrongly accused so eventually truth does rise to the top of the muck and filth of lies.

  2. ‘I trust what I feel, for truth can stand the test of time… and lies get found out in the end.’ This is a quote for today and I appreciate the confirmation that the lies and corruption we have allowed to permeate through life – in business, journalism, law, politics, relationships, education, medicine etc. – will be exposed… the when of this depends on our willingness to get honest.

  3. Telling lies or knowing that you are being lied to is felt in the body and so can living a lie be felt in the body and is reflected in emotional and physical disturbances.

  4. How different would society be if we embraced truth instead of lies? I know 100% in my body what that means and looks like, the difference in being at ease in life vs running from moment to moment trying to not get caught out.

    1. I guess if love is a reflection of what we live the legal system and our media reflect that we do t want truth or honesty or lovecee just want truncated distortions that excite us. We are a long way from living any truth on this planet.

  5. “It suits us to not call out lies straight away when we feel them, for then our own lies would be called out also.”

    In a round-a-bout way I found this when I stopped drinking alcohol for good. I had always known alcohol was not super right for me, despite drinking it for many many years. So when I stopped, some people around me felt quite uncomfortable, as my guess is that they also know that alcohol is not super right for them as well. My stopping had called out my lie (that alcohol was OK for me), and it provided a reflection to others.

    I know that for me as well as when other people call out a lie, or stop a behaviour that is not their truth, and I am still living it, it also makes me feel uncomfortable, but I am glad (sometimes through gritted teeth) that I have seen it.

  6. I so agree – lies don’t go down so well with our body. We don’t necessarily have to say anything but life lived not from who we truly are is already a lie, and we are working so hard to hold up that lie. Hardly surprising how exhaustion is at an epidemic level.

  7. We know instinctively whether we’re being true to ourselves or not. And if we’re not, whatever isn’t true comes to the surface to be dealt with, let go of, and healed. We can either react to what is exposed, or accept it, learn from it, and move on to what is next.

  8. We cannot really be hurt when lied to as we all can feel exactly what is coming to us. It is just hard to feel when someone behaves nasty. Just when we read why they do so we can feel that it is not personal to us.

  9. So true, Emily – ‘What is really there is an impeccable history of true care and dedication to others, I seriously don’t know anyone else with that kind of track record.’ Serge Benhayon is a living example of how we can live with absolute integrity and 100% commitment to serving humanity.

  10. Why do we wait until someone points out how false something is? When we know inside all along the truth of what’s right? Let’s build the confidence to back ourselves and claim our hearts authority.

  11. Sooner or later any lie we have ever told catches up with us bcause even if no-one comes to know we have lied our body does and bears the consequences.

  12. Lying is hard work, so no wonder the world is exhausted with all the lies, big and small. We all carry our masks and the lies we tell, but if we dropped our facades and lived simply the truth of who we are, life is so much simpler and joyful.

  13. What can you do when someone is exposing you just by the simplicity and amazingness of his life? The only thing is trying to make that person look so wrong by lying, and reacting about them. This will just obscure the truth but never make it go away. As truth is solid and as you said, lies will never last too long.

  14. “So, why can a lie never last too long? Well, we can all feel the truth, or lies, in someone’s words. ” Exactly and one thing that does come to mind is how whilst lies can never last too long, it is up to us if we want to see the truth or not. i.e. do we want to see the lies or the truth, despite the fact we can’t but feel the truth.

  15. Once lies are identified as such they usually don’t last very long. The difficulty is to identify lies and that at times can involve a lot of honesty and courage.

  16. “I also realised how hard it actually is to lie. You have to remember what you said and to whom you said it.” This is something I have felt and heard many other people say, to me it shows how unnatural lying is and how innate and natural telling the truth is.

  17. I remember trying to get away with lying but every cell in my body was squirming because it knew that it was not true. Our bodies and deep to our core we know what is true so when we do the consequences have to be there. It may not be immediate but eventually it catches up with you. Karma is an energetic law that no one can avoid even to the best of there ability.

  18. When I lie it feels terrible in my body, very disharmonious and restless.
    So I am wondering when people lie, as we see in the media, how they deal with those feelings.
    Do they use a lot of alcohol or coffee or chocolates to numb all those restless feelings? As I can not imagine that they don’t have those restless feelings deep down.

  19. Brilliant sharing Emily. There’s this arrogance is us that knows that the the truth will triumph in the end, and so uses this as an excuse – a get out of jail free card – to indulge lies. The sad thing is this keeps us in prison when we could be in life, living love.

  20. Someone once said that telling the truth means you don’t have to try and remember the web of lies. i’ve always found that lying results in a heavy feeling and then a spiral of trying to remember who you told what. It puts a lot of tension on our bodies when really, to tell the truth is to ask for support based on where you are, to be open and to receive the truth back from others.

  21. I know many who turn a blind eye to the many lies around them, for if they did they would expose the life they have been leading and the irresponsibility they have invested so heavily in.

    1. And it may be more difficult for them to function for a while until they have adjusted to a life with fewer lies. I prefer the latter though.

  22. My understanding, Emily is that lies can last for centuries, they can become so ingrained in our society that they become the standard that we live by. My reason for saying this is that we have been lied to for thousands of years by most religions that would have us believe that the only way to God is through an intermediary. This is a whopping lie that we have chosen to swallow and then we have defended the lies and attack the truth when it is presented.

  23. This is so true about Serge Emily, “And in 16 years all a few people can do is make up crazy stories to make something appear wrong with him or about him.” Serge is an amazing person, despite the attacks from cyber bullies and the stories in the media (sourced from the cyber bullies) from 2012, Serge has just gone from strength to strength, and so has his business. I look forward to the time when the lies about Serge are exposed in full, until that time the truth remains transparently there for those who wish to honestly enquire about him and Universal Medicine.

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