However, without developing the habit of honesty, we cannot achieve simplicity and other goodness in the life. We can say that, honesty can be without simplicity but simplicity cannot be without honesty. Without honesty, we live in the two world, means a true one and other one which we have created as an alternate. However, the person following the saying of honesty is the best policy in all the aspects of life (personal, business, job, and other relationships) generally live the same life. On one hand, where honesty lead us towards simplicity; dishonesty lead us towards duplicity.
My uncle’s redheaded wife was the person in our family who most often told it like it was. When Johnny was released, and it looked like he would make it to the fifth beach-house reunion, she took me aside to tell me to watch him around children, and to explain why her husband – my uncle – didn’t want to be around my brother. When their daughter was three years old, they’d left her in then fourteen-year-old Johnny’s care and had come home to him with his pants down, his penis in the little girl’s mouth, and him saying “Just suck on it like it’s a bottle.”
Philosophers are constantly using the word fallacy . For them, a fallacy is reasoning that comes to a conclusion without the evidence to support it. This may have to do with pure logic, with the assumptions that the argument is based on, or with the way words are used, especially if they don't keep exactly the same meaning throughout the argument. There are many classic fallacies that occur again and again through the centuries and everywhere in the world. You may have heard of such fallacies as the "ad hominem" fallacy, the "question-begging" fallacy, the "straw man" fallacy, the "slippery slope" fallacy, the "gambler's" fallacy, or the "red herring" fallacy. Look them up and see if you've ever been guilty of any of them.