Quote from Paul Graham
We arrive at adulthood with a kind of truth debt. We were...
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We arrive at adulthood with a kind of truth debt. We were told a lot of lies to get us (and our parents) through our childhood. Some may have been necessary. Some probably weren’t. But we all arrive at adulthood with heads full of lies.
There’s never a point where the adults sit you down and explain all the lies they told you. They’ve forgotten most of them. So if you’re going to clear these lies out of your head, you’re going to have to do it yourself.
Few do. [...] You probably never can completely undo the effects of lies you were told as a kid, but it’s worth trying.
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