Thought Adjuster: “Truth is a universally-relevant topic, as it is the framework of reality. Both lies and truth are delivered through the spoken or written word—and body language. Once circulated in the outer world, they proliferate as nasty weeds or reproduce as beautiful perennials. The chaff of lies puts the golden wheat of living truth in a chokehold, in an attempt to snuff the eternal life out of it.
Time will do its work as an objective referee. Greatness is memorable, while mediocrity and iniquity are best forgotten. Lies and truth can also have a secret life when they fall under the non-said category. As many do not ‘speak their mind’ honestly, their word calls for scrutiny, as the nature of lies is to impose disclaimers on truth.
A successful life starts with the sincere and brave desire to KNOW the whole truth and nothing but the truth—spoken or unspoken. How else could one reach the right conclusions? Whistleblowers heroically come forward to debunk the conspiracies of lies and refute them with evidential authority. Indeed, truth always wins by a preponderance of the evidence.
Once you identify factual truth, you have to make the most important decisions of your life: Will you gratefully abide by it, or treat it as an inconvenience? Truth disclosures demand that you take sides. Will you rally with its reliable guidance or become a spiritual outlaw?
For those sincere souls who take any truth disclosure to heart, the next step is to become ever-more truth-full. Truth becomes their guiding light—a light emanating from the very Source of All Light. A soul undergoes a sublime metamorphosis by sticking to it—a positive evolution toward getting in touch with their authentic self.
Their efforts will pay off when they reach the point when they can ‘truthfully’ affirm that they ARE a truth embodiment. Such was Jesus’ unprecedented human achievement. His tireless quest for truth and unwavering allegiance to it led Him to implement all these steps with due diligence. It is how He became a true son and could authoritatively affirm: “I am the way, the truth, and the life.” [John 14:6].”