Liars Go To Hell

Philippines
September 18, 2010 7:21am CST
How does one catch a liar? As for me, i can tell if someone is lying to me if he cant look at me straight in the eye.
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@Catana (736)
• United States
18 Sep 10
Unfortunately, a lot of liars are very good at it. They can look you straight in the eye, they are perfectly calm and confident. There's a lot of misinformation about how body language can always tell you when someone is lying, but it's not true. It usually makes more sense to listen to what they're telling you and figure out if there's something behind it. Liars have a reason to lie. Figure out why a person is saying something and you have a better chance to decide if it's a lie.
• India
18 Sep 10
Yes you are right Grace beta, if some body is lying, you can catch him/her by looking into the eyes straight, he/she can't face you.. Thanks for sharing. Welcome always, cheers. Professor. .
@GemmaR (8526)
18 Sep 10
If a person is lying, they will either not look you in the eyes, or if they do, their eyes will do a lot of darting around the eyeball. With regards to liars going to hell, I don't believe that. Everybody has told a lie at some point in their lives, but yet not everybody goes to hell, do they. If you tell lies for a good reason (yes, this is possible) then I don't think that they will go to hell, however if they do it to be malicious or to cause trouble and deceive people, then I guess it is a possibility.
@advokatku (4037)
• Indonesia
18 Sep 10
I'm very rely instinct and my hearing to determine whether someone is lying or not. Based on my experience, There are several characteristics when people lie: 1. Intonation her voice that does not sound convincing. 2. in a story he says, 2-3 events that make no sense. For example, he came late because his tires burst when the streets are jammed and apparently also broke his car radiator
@acey76 (1278)
• Philippines
18 Sep 10
yeah i agree, you can also tel when he/she suddenly wants another topic out of it, perspiration and uneasiness...