One of the fringe benefits of never telling a lie – none are little, none are WHITE – is that you don’t have to have a good memory. In fact, you don’t have to remember anything, because what happened, what was, what is true, testifies to itself. So you don’t ever find yourself”forgetting” something concocted either, like you have to do when you lie and replace the truth with something from your own imagination [“….geeze….what did I say again” kinda thing].
Never lying EVER, over time, over years, gives a confidence and certainty to stand upright in the truth before anyone in any situation. Liars, on the other hand, display facial muscles snapping with tension from constantly being on guard, wondering what the heck they said when what’s-his-name asked about whatever, something about wearing what I said belonged to Wanda when it actually belonged to…uh….,.can’t remember.