Absolute Truth vs. Our Perception of Truth

What is the difference between Absolute Truth (“Truth”) and our perception of what truth is (“truth)?”

“Truth” is God’s Truth, and “truth” is our perception of what we believe the truth to be. Our perception is based on what we have seen, heard, and experienced. It is not complete.

There are three sides to every story: yours, mine, and God’s. God sees the whole picture—both sides. He sees the lessons being learned.

The Masters stress the importance of discernment along the spiritual path.

Whenever a belief is presented to us, we should question its validity. If we buy into the belief, what are we getting out of the situation? Is it rooted in love or fear? There are trade-offs with everything in life.

Go within to learn more about you, to find Truth. You’ll be surprised at what you find. The only way to change your world is by changing you. We cannot change what we refuse to see.

Pure Truth is God’s Truth. It can stand on its own. It needs no army. Once we know Truth, we must live it to the best of our ability; we must be an example for others to follow. Actions speak louder than words. Let your actions speak volumes.

Finding Truth is a constant and conscious effort. The journey of “looking at the self” is never-ending.

Who we are, what we have accumulated, and what we have done in our lifetime are not important when we go Home; it is what we have become spiritually that is important. All the rest are tools to get us to the end result.

Blessings to you on your journey of self-discovery!

With much love, Pat