Morality is easy. It’s deceit which is complicated. There is only one truth but there are always countless lies to remember, organize and manage. And though morality demands honesty and integrity from us, it is simple in the sense that it only asks from us what is owed. Deceit, however, unravels in burdensome chaos when confronted with truth, taking everything from us and still leaving us indebted to morality and those who practice it.