Curious about the importance of truth in our life? This article explains why people need to learn the value of truth ASAP and how to do it. IMPORTANT: This is one part of "The Present" — a short text that explains the truth about life. We suggest you to read it from the beginning in order to understand this article. It won't make much sense if you don't read at least the first 4 pages of "The Present".
Without the truth, there can be no real morality, justice, equality, unity, success, freedom, love, security, peace, spirituality or even survival.
Only the truth can stop the wars and make the world the paradise it can be.
Common denominator: The truth is the only thing that can unite all human beings. It is what we all have in common, and that will never change. There is only one sky for all of us. Everyone eats, breathes, is born and dies, etc. The ultimate truth is universal truth; it is the same for everyone, everywhere. It always has been and always will be. We can now know the truth about life and death.
The difference between knowing and not knowing is checking. Nothing could be simpler. If you care enough about the truth to check what it is, you will know the truth of life. The sad truth is, most people do not care, and mankind and our world are being destroyed as a result. If you care, now is the time to prove it.
If everyone looked at the big picture of life, we would see the same thing. This simple thing would unite human beings, and we would live in paradise.
Right and wrong: Without the ultimate truth, no one really knows what to do or why to do it, and that is becoming very dangerous. About ten countries are known to have nuclear weapons, and it is estimated that at least thirty-two countries are trying to get them. There are also biological and chemical weapons, and people do not know right from wrong yet. Weapon technology is evolving faster than we are. Technology is making it easier and easier for fewer and fewer people to do greater and greater damage.
Just greed will destroy the environment if the truth is not seen soon.
People are going to have to see the value of the universal truth.
It will create a unity we need for survival and our future evolution. If people do not, there will be no future, no matter what you or anyone else wants to believe. Wishful, hopeful thinking is what is creating most of the BS that will lead to the end of mankind very soon. We live in a fragile environment, and very few can see how fragile.
"Truth alone will endure, all the rest will be swept away before the tide of time. I must continue to bear testimony to truth even if I am forsaken by all. Mine may today be a voice in the wilderness, but it will be heard when all other voices are silenced, if it is the voice of Truth." — Mahatma Gandhi
Optimism is a good thing to a point, but people are way too sure everything will work out well. That is not what the evidence says. Without the truth, there is no hope. This is why it is essential that people learn the truth soon. Right and wrong cannot be known without knowing what is true and what is not true.
Great power without great understanding will destroy much of what we have gained over a very long time. We may not kill the whole human race, but we will set it back in a catastrophic way for certain and do it very soon.
It is like we are driving too fast on a dangerous mountain road blindfolded.
It is all about seeing true life. Most people have to suffer a lot before they even start really looking, but it is not necessary. Most of the suffering in your life is created by the mind, and most of the world’s troubles are also. We have suffered enough; it is time to find the truth and divine life and be fulfilled. All we have to do is take control of our minds to do it.
The age of the mind is coming to an end.
Thanks a lot for reading! If you enjoyed reading this post and agree with what it says, make sure to read "The Present". It reveals many more valuable insights and explains the importance and value of truth in our life completely.
Read next: Afterlife — What Does It Feel like When You Are Dead?
Sharing is caring: