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Truth always pays

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It is a traditionally well known saying that ‘Truth always pays’. Naman has heard a lot about the ultimate power of truth from his grandfather. He was grown up listening to stories of triumph of good over bad, of truth over evil. He had promised his grandfather to never give up the path of truth and that no matter what he will always make confessions to him. Everything went well, he had a great bond with his grandfather and they shared all their secrets. But then when he was 12, grandfather passed away. His grandfather was the most understanding man he had in his life. His parents were way too strict and never made any attempt to understand his state of mind. They were very strict about his studies. The grandfather always signed his report card no matter what and then explained him the importance of studies. But this time he failed in mathematics and the grandfather was no more there to sign it, so he decided to hide the marks and did a fake a sign instead. On the weekend his father received a message from the teacher who was calling him for a parent teacher meet. And the trouble began; he attended the meet and then beat Naman badly. He scolded him and kept him grounded for a week. Then he finally made a realisation and apologised to his grandfather and promised not to repeat anything like that ever again.

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