My definition of a dishonest person is one who consistently concelling the truth.
In my perspective, everyone lies from one's birth until one's death. The only difference between a dishonest person and an honest person is the frequency of lying. An honest person will consistently try to be better and eliminate expressing faulty statement as much as possible. And only lie at the right situation where the lie does not create harms.
Lie is only bad when it creates harms; hurts others. Lie can also be good when it generates happiness. For example, when you compliment people on things knowing in yourself that it's not true.
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