My Favorite Inspiring Quotes
The truth is enlightening. Therefore light is the symbol of truth.
The essential truth that will set you free is... well, that's for each of us to realize, through inner knowing. It's heart-felt; to read the same thing in words sounds simplistic and makes little difference. The truth is what actually is, end of story, but that can be perceived a million ways, through all kinds of filters and from different angles. Truth is a constant search. Its boundaries are ever widening, for as the soul evolves the mind responds.
One lie is all it takes for someone to lose their faith in you. The best you can do is always be upfront, always be real and always tell the truth.
Removing the cobwebs is easier said than done, of course. So much invested in those old beliefs. Realizing a truth that before was obscured can really open the floodgates to change, which is why the establishment status quo goes to such lengths to cover up the truth of things, to protect their investments. As John F Kennedy said, "The great enemy of the truth is very often not the lie, deliberate, contrived and dishonest, but the myth, persistent, persuasive and unrealistic." Truth fears no questions.
Lies always catch up with you and then you're shamed-faced. Taking responsibility and telling the truth always has a better outcome.
Here’s some further reading on this theme...
Seeking Truth: Walking Your Path as You Listen to Your Inner Knowing ~ by Gabriella Kortsch
If you are a seeker; if you are interested in spiritual growth; if you want to connect with the part of you that - while always present - is not always (at least at first glance) so easy to find, then you may have already spent years, or even decades in a quest for ultimate answers. You may have followed first this route, and then that one; you may have walked in the footsteps of one thinker or another; you may have grown disillusioned in what you found and then gone on to yet a new path, a new guide, and still you search. But that will never lead you to what you truly seek. Continues...