Always Speak The Truth

Truth is a fact that can win hearts of many people and if one wants to try such experiments than should go in for it and experience it in his life by himself. Remember the consequences of speaking truth may be devastating or hurting for just time being may be for that time, or a day or a week but things would be as normal afterward, but if one speak any false or lies than it consequences are very devastating and harmful and would destroy ages to come. People may be destroyed by false and such untruthful statement. Hence forth one should always speak truth and dare to speak it whole life be it in personal or with public. You should be known by your identity of truthfulness and not by cheat and false things to run away from you. Islam also appreciates to always speak truth throughout whole life with all be it small or grown up. It is better to speak one truth than to speak thousand lies. In order to hide one truth one has to construct false and many unwanted lies statements that lacks on durability and such people are often caught by the people for speaking lies. Many people in the history of mankind have sacrificed their life for the sake of truth and for daring of speaking truth in front of the people or King of his time. Even they did not fear for death to spoke the truth. Truth can never be defeated it can be abuse or tortured that too just for time being and not always. Truth always comes out to be a winner in all times. Truth is like a fragrance of flower that cannot be limited or kept captive in a room but it spreads like a fragrance in the society. People with such truthful nature are always successful in the life. They never give up at any situation. People with truthful nature would be rewarded by Almighty God Allah Rabbul Izzat. Here is beautiful Hadith on Truthfullness. May Allah Subhano Watala give us Hidayat to always speak the truth in all conditions.

Abdullah ibn Masood RadiAllaho TalaAnho relates that the Prophet
A true action leads to the path of
Virtue and good deeds, and virtue paves the way of a
person to Paradise, and the said person continues to
speak the truth till in the sight of Allah he is named
Siddiq (Truthful). lying leads to vice, and vice
leads to indecent acts and a person goes on lying till
in the sight of Allah he is named a liar.'

(Bukhari and Muslim)
from Riyadh us-Saleheen, hadith 54

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