Only misconceptions need to be supported by elaborate arguments. Truth can always stand alone.
All goodness is as nothing compared to the goodness of truth; all sweets are as nothing compared to the sweetness of truth. The bliss of truth surpasses all other joys in the world.
— Buddhist Wisdom
A person cannot be completely truthful all the time, because different forces and aspirations fight within him, and sometimes he cannot express them, even to himself.
Misconceptions exist only for a finite period of time, but real truth remains as it always was, after all tricks, sophisms, and lies have withered away.
Learn what to do, think, and say the truth at all times. Only when you start to learn this can you understand how far we are from real truth.
Lies are always harmful to all living things.
No person is without sin; no person is completely truthful. It is not that one person is virtuous and truthful and another is sinful and deceitful; rather it's that one person strives to move toward truth and virtue and the other does not.