Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Exercise Truth with Questions

Honesty is unimpeded by ignorance, while truth is prerequisite to a lie. There is a rigor to truthfulness, that sincerity is wholly unbridled by. Question your faith, lest you’re caught being honest, while pretending to truth.

Honesty and sincerity often masquerade as truth, seeking to forestall question. Truth alone, of these three, thrives on challenge and inquisition. Questions will offend sincerity and alienate honesty, but for truth they are a friend’s embrace. The spores of truth spread, not under an agreeable wind, not with a whisper, but with a bold invigorating wind; clearing the streets of leaves, left too long upswept.

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