Truth is not found by adopting certain beliefs or by social conditioning. It is an understanding that surfaces from deep within and disperses problems, prejudices and inhibitions.
Its guidance is expressed as clarity that speaks with an authority that subtly and profoundly impacts others.
Inner truth prompts awareness and stimulates compassion, survives despite ignorance, endures beyond our occasional acts of selfish immaturity, and sustains us whether we ever recognize it or not.
The experience of inner truth ultimately depends upon your approach to life. Where there is suspicion or pretense, it has been missed entirely.
The presence of inner truth is not a point of debate but a deep knowing that resides within every human being. Work toward tuning in to the voice of inner knowing. Its gentle guidance can move mountains.