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I completely agree that truth requires bravery, but if something would hurt someone if you told them but have no consequences if you didn't tell them, would you really tell them? What about the concept of a "little white lie", a lie told to make someone feel better that won't have a lasting effect? While telling the truth has strong points, it also has weak points. Please don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that lying is always the answer, I'm just saying that you need to be able to make the choice in the moment instead of being forced to tell the truth.
Candor is like glass, clear, blunt and true and they are used to it.
Sometimes we do not need honesty. Sometimes we need to tell or hear a white lie instead. I wouldn't have the bravery to live in Candor. I am a pretty honest person, but I do not like hurting people just for the sake of being honest.
I don't think I can say which one is ultimately "braver" even though on the surface it might appear to be dauntless. Everyone has their own bravery within them and just because it isn't outward and in your face doesn't mean it isn't there.