Tuesday, November 3, 2015

              There are countless differing opinions on what constitutes truth; how to define and identify truth; the roles that faith-based and empirically based knowledge play; and whether truth is subjective, objective, relative, or absolute. The concept continues to be debated among scholars, philosophers, and theologians.
              Your truth-seeking opposes flawed, illogical, erroneous, delusional, or fallacious thinking. Thus there is value in the very act of searching for truths that may ever remain elusive. Contemplation, meditation, introspection, and critical, independent thinking are your vehicles in the journey of deep, profound inner exploration and thought. In your journey you may experience the profound awe of a peak experience.
              The truths you discover are yours alone. They need only be supported by evidence you alone deem sufficient. If you continue to value and seek truth, you will be rewarded with new wisdom. Find your deepest truths, and live them.

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