I am a liar. It's difficult because all lies are misrepresentations of the past

I am a liar. It's difficult because all lies are misrepresentations of the past

I am a liar. It's difficult because all lies are misrepresentations of the past (you can't really lie about the future), but at the same time, since the past only exists within our minds and can only be represented with words, the second I tell a lie, it becomes truth. I guess I'm wondering how a lie is ever a lie given that it is dependent on something that we can't know for certain (the past)?

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