Dishonesty In 'The Lion King'

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If our national debt decreased a dollar every time a government official or candidate lied about fixing it, there would be no debt. Honesty is very hard to come by this day in age, so it is important that people do their best to be truthful in every possible situation. Honesty can be described, simply, as telling the truth; also, it is the ability of doing what is right even though, taking the easy way out and doing the wrong thing seems much better. It can also be moral and ethical stability. The Lion King demonstrates how dishonesty is very costly, and it shows a character overcomes a situation in which he was lied to by the antagonist. In s scene, a lion named Simba, son of animal king Mufasa, is trapped in a stampede of wildebeests. Mufasa
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