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If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything ~Mark Twain

On seeing this quote, I knew immediately I needed to write something. I thought; I don’t really need to write about how telling the truth is the right thing to do. Immediately afterward, I thought, But I don’t tell the truth when I write…

But I was thinking perhaps that’s why it’s hard to remember the little things we put into our fictional stories. Do we forget because they’re all lies…




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Leilani Belle

Leilani Belle

Leilani Belle — Living life. Writer. Author. Learning. Teaching. Sharing. Growing. No shame. Just living. With husband. And cats.

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