These are English sayings and proverbs about truth and factuality.
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Some truths are better left unspoken. It is not always necessary to repeat something even though it be true.
When people are about to die, they usually tell the truth.
We cannot avoid the truth, even when it is not what we want to hear or express.
Something said as a joke may often contain wisdom and truth.
1) Sometimes what Satan says is true, to make us more ready to believe his lies. 2) Don't believe everything at face value. Be aware that liars can use the truth to trick us.
When people are drunk, what they say is often true. People often speak the truth when they lose their self-control.
It is difficult to argue against facts. We cannot refute what is true.
Real life can be more amazing and difficult to believe than made-up stories.
Facts are facts. What is true is true, and it does not need decoration.
In the end, what is true will come to be known. The truth always appears eventually, despite all efforts to hide it. It is impossible to keep something secret forever.