“If a child were to ask me if there would be harps and pianos…yes, and hobby-horses, in heaven, I would tell him “yes:” that is, if he was found of those things; because that would be the truest answer I could make him. What I should mean by it would be, that there would be that there which would just as nicely fit into his Heavenly desires as the hobby-horse does into his earthly desires. Heaven means satisfaction. And if it takes a hobby-horse to satisfy him now, and I tell him there will be nothing of that kind there, then to him I make Heaven unsatisfactory and so falsify the fact. There is an untruthful way of telling the truth and a truthful way of telling an untruth.”
Take Away: There is an untruthful way of telling the truth and a truthful way of telling an untruth.