se·cret (skrt)adj.1. Kept hidden from knowledge or view; concealed.
We all have secrets. Some more than others. Having secrets isn’t a bad thing. It’s what separates our lives from the rest of the world giving us our personal space. But secrets can create dishonesty. Lies. It can hurt those on the other side of the secret & also those who deserve to know the truth. I have secrets, but I don’t have secrets that involve crucial components to the lives of those who I love. Secrets are no more than that of a LIE.
lie 2 (l)n.1. A false statement deliberately presented as being true; a falsehood.