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The Quest for the Truth To find truth you must open yourself up to it Forget all that you think you know and embrace all that you dont Honesty and Trust are the legs that truth stands on and without them the entire body collapses In your search for spiritual truth you need to first be honest with yourself then others for if you cant tell yourself the truth how could you possibly share it with others Honesty with yourself is the most important type of truth It is the first step in finding any kind of spiritual truth By cheating yourself you achieve nothing You are unable to develop any further as a person spiritually You have an obligation to yourself as a child of God you deserve the truth There is no one on earth that it hurts more to lie to than yourself If you can not trust yourself who can you trust Another essential part of your internal spirituality is centering our lives around our Lord We must place God at the core of our being and allow everything to revolve around Him We must keep close to this spiritual spot it is our soul place We must resist straying from this center and becoming wrapped up in our lives Or allowing something else to sit it this most sacred spot that is less than Godly Once we learn to be honest with ourselves we can being working on being honest with others Sometimes a fabrication or a hyperbole of the facts may sound more impressive and may be more entertaining But eventually everything catches up with you One lie usually leads to another and another Not only to cover up the false facts of the previous lie but also because it becomes addictive Some of the creative tales that have unfolded in conversation still surprise me Everyone wants to have a better story than the next
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