The Fact of Truth

Truth is something we encounter daily in our lives. Truth which is simple and plain and supposedly realistic. Truth which sometimes is stranger than fiction. Truth which has ben associated with words like faith, fidelity, loyalty, veracity and sincerity. Indian scriptures have long preached us the concept of truth by phrases like ‘Satyameva Jayate’ meaning truth alone triumphs and ‘Satyam Muktaye’ meaning truth liberates. Thus showing us what truth is capable of.
Truth is difficult, almost unbelievable at first and sometimes even shocking. Truth is considered perennial, universal and unchangeable across time, space and frame of referance. Truth is absolute and universally acceptable. Truth is superior even to silence. Most of the times we believe something as the truth but it ain’t and sometimes we are just oblivious to the truth when it stands right in front of us. Some among us choose to ignore the truth and some are simply too busy to pursue it. Some surprisingly believe that search for truth is frivolous and an activity in futile. Such human beings are the most disappointed in life.
Truth alone triumphs, yes that is true indeed and truth always triumphs but to understand truth is always so obscure and hidden that we always miss it. I have yet to discuss about falsehood, the opposite of truth. Lies which are as prevalent in our lives as the truth and for some more than the truth. Truth is simply the reverse of a lie. By default everyone is supposed to be truthfula, because from truth emanates honesty and integrity. A lying person will be corrupt and immoral to say the least.
In the modern time we live in it is of utmost importance that we inculcate truthfulness in our lives because until and unless we are truthful we can never be honest and moral. We must aim to impart these traits in our youngsters. As of now when we look around we see dishonestly, falsehood, corruption and immorality in our vicinity everywhere but iff we start with ourselves we can change those around us. Let us begin the change and make this world a better place. Truth is your realisation which is based on physical and sensual experiences. When we see a truth being verified universally can be termed a fact.

If you are ever in search of truth just let everything change its forms. That which remains in the end is the truth because truth needs no saviour. 

I vow to be truthful always and speak the truth everytime. I vow to search for truth and I vow to fight for it always. Do you ?

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Author: Mayank Mishra

I am a student of journalism and mass communication, an enthusiastic writer and a logophile. Everything about words and sentences fascinates me. I like to read books of different genres. I have a passion to learn and impart new things.

2 thoughts on “The Fact of Truth”

  1. Beautifully said. I distinguish two kinds of truths that change how we see things: aha!s and duh!s (search for it on my blog). The former is startling and suddenly eye-opening – new information that shifts formerly held paradigms. Right now that idea seems to be quite popular.

    The latter is something that seems obvious once we realize it, but we never really saw it until the moment it winks into consciousness through a word or deed. Both move life forward but, for some bizarre reason, people tend to make fun of the latter (or feel shame about not *already* knowing something others try to make us believe we “should”).

    Then there are the universal truths: things like justice, kindness, fair play, standing up for what our beliefs, keeping our word, honoring our commitments, etc.

    The most important universal truth is that ALL lives are sacred. Our world seems to really struggle accepting that particular truth. It needs blogs like yours.
    xx,
    mgh
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMore dot com)
    – ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder –
    “It takes a village to transform a world!”

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