There was once a girl whose name was Natasha. She was a smart girl up to her level. But she wanted to learn more. She had that feeling in fifth grade. She was very impatient. Natasha was a type of person who boasts, acts as though she knows everything, and she used to lie. When I said “she used to lie” it was not a mistake. The “used to” in the sentence is past tense. Because this happened in the past. She soon realized her mistake. Let me tell you the whole story.
So, Natasha was very impatient. When she wanted to learn things beyond her grade, she knew she had to have patience because it would take time. So, she started learning, soon after 4 days she got wrestles, agitated and she was very angry. In the meanwhile, a nice yummy, and a delicious meal was being cooked up in her head. She was thinking…. “I can just tell everyone that I am good with all of this stuff. No one will question me.” She had this much of confidence that no one in her class would question her. But Natasha forgot about one girl, her name is Maria. She is a very smart girl and she is good at spotting a liar. The next day when Natasha went to school, she told everyone. She had many friends and literally the whole class believed her. Maria was thinking “how could Natasha be that smart overnight?” then she thought “she just claims to be smart. I should tell ma’am about this.” When Maria goes to tell ma’am about it surprisingly, she already knows it. Ma’am tells Maria that she is going to give a test to Natasha so, that we know if she is lying or not. This plan of theirs took about 1 week. Since the whole class believed that Natasha, was very smart Natasha was thinking “why don’t I tell them that I am good at problem solving.” Then again, the whole class believed her except Maria. Soon most of the people in the class went to her if they had any problem. This continued till Thursday. On Friday Natasha will be getting the test sheet. She did not know that. Because she is very smart or at least she claims to be. When she got it, she was so confused. She was wondering “what is calculus”? Algebra! What is all this stuff?” She was so confused. She had 1 hour, and she only had 5 questions. She wrote random answers, and she gave the sheet. Ma’am stood in front of the class and told the results. She told that Natasha got 2% in the test. The whole class was disappointed. She lost one thing which mattered to her a lot. Her friends she lost all of them. No one would talk to her. Maria came up to her and told her that “lying is not the solution for everything. Infact it is not the solution for anything. You need to apologize to everyone in the class.” Alyssa listened to Maria and now in the present day she has tons of friends.
The moral of the story is never lie.
“THE TRUTH WON’T COST YOU ANYTHING BUT, A LIE WOULD COST YOU EVERYTHING”