Truth: The Hero of my Tale

The hero of my tale, whom I love with all the power of my soul, whom I have tried to portray in all his beauty, who has been, is, and will be beautiful, is Truth.” – Leo Tolstoy

Truth is important not because it gives one man power over another or the body of man to vanquish the natural kingdoms, but because it is the lens through which Love, and more importantly the Source of Love, is seen. Furthermore, Truth is the means by which control – balanced, rational, logical and punctilious control – radiates into the world from each man individually and from the body of man as a whole.

Love, the spirit of Love, is much more than the human emotion we call “love”. The fact that love is such a strong emotion points to the fact that the Spirit of Love is an incredibly powerful force, an irresistible one at that. It is the core essence of creation, the basic building block of all that is.

You cannot know Love but by Truth. Truth is the body of Love and as such, is an immoveable object. Truth cannot be altered by human opinion or force of will, for Truth is, regardless of man’s mental or emotional machinations. There is no “your truth” or “my truth.” There may be personal opinions or beliefs about the Truth, but mortal man cannot lay claim to the Truth.

4 thoughts on “Truth: The Hero of my Tale

  • The Omnipotent’s design was never to make the truth elusive, especially to the point where the entire years of a man’s life was spent in its search. It also wasn’t to be exclusive that only a select few were to be blessed with its knowledge. It is the basis for mankind’s function in concert with the Omnipotent. I appreciate your simple clear explanation, it can be the first step to solving that mystery in our own life.

  • And the Truth shall set you free….
    From what?
    The personally binding opinions and beliefs that have no foundation in Truth.
    In being so free, anything is possible, even the impossible.
    In this day, I look forward to bringing to focus, what was previously impossible.
    I love the Truth.

  • In science, people certainly do try to monopolize truth to their own advantage. That just puts them at odds with the very thing they are seeking to possess, keeping them forever estranged from knowing the beauty and meaning of things. Same thing happens in the world of secular conflicts.
    Reading this, we all get to ask these same questions, but of ourselves. Our ultimate contribution to the world comes from that to which we have given our soul, for we are not the beginning nor the end of things. That is not our lot; our lot is to magnify things at this level of reality, and we need to be doing a much better job if we hope to have a job at all.

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