The Relationship Between Thought and Truth

"Thought and Truth" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

“Thought and Truth” cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

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Maybe instead of “truth” I could have put “reality”. This is what I mean.

Not one of us has a monopoly on the truth.

But see the little doors? We can have access. Not exclusive, but inclusive.

Truth shares itself.

SHOP

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6 Responses

  1. Harvey Joyner says:

    Let’s see…somewhere in the middle of the muddle lies truth.

  2. Sabio Lantz says:

    To look for “truth” is often a silly thing altogether — the thing being talked about is not a truth item or the question asked is nonsense or ….

    Funny, I find “truth” to be a political tool — most people who use it have such a heavy agenda that throwing out “truth” may be the best strategy in dealing with those folks.

    “TRUTH” is often one of the biggest baggage pieces of the religious and the former religious. Gettin’it right!

  3. But is what you’re saying TRUE Sabio????

  4. Caryn LeMur says:

    In the opposite, when someone says, “I have lived out a lie”, they often are saying that their life premise(s) were found to be false.

    And they are devastated.

    And yet, when someone says the opposite, “I have lived out the truth”, it is so open-ended that I am not sure what to make of it.

    Even when Jesus is quoted as saying, “I am the truth”… I do not know quite what to make of it.

    I have a much easier time of knowing what I do not want, than what I do want… when it comes to ‘lies’ vs ‘truth’. I do not like ‘lies’ at all…. yet the ‘truth’ seems so open-ended and immense, I am not sure how I could even pursue the concept.

  5. Jack Russell says:

    Hello – is this working?