Tuesday, 18 June 2013
'What a tangled web we weave when first we practise to deceive.' Sir Walter Scott's wry observation is often quoted. It doesn't justify our efforts to deceive others. Indeed, often conscious, deliberate deceptions stay surprisingly straightforward because all involved in keeping them up are so careful. The real complications arise when we attempt to deceive ourselves, when we go into denial or rewrite reality to suit our fantasy. If something now seems hard to understand, that's the place to start making sense of it. What's going to happen? What does it all mean for you? Find out in your 'Guide to the Future'. Get yours now!.