Truth: Not a Noun, but a Verb . . .

… truth is not a noun, but a verb. It is not an object with fixed, measurable properties, but rather a process—one that describes an on-going action of growing insight, and of developing inner awareness. Life is obviously not something we engage in after we have it all figured out. On the contrary, truth describes the process by which we traverse our way through life. The obstacles and difficulties we encounter mirror precisely those areas that demand our attention. They tell us exactly where we need to truth. [excerpt p. 12]

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