Truth alone conquers, not falsehood. By truth is laid out the path leading to the gods by which the sages whose desires are satisfied ascend to where the supreme home of truth is. Vast, divine, its form unthinkable, subtler than the subtle, it shines out, farther than the far, yet close-by resting in the secret place, even here it is seen by those with vision.
But falsehood is always not the opposite of truth; so truth is both objective and subjective perception. Reality of Truth also changes as one’s perception changes. Then again individual perception does not have common maturity and perception also becomes subjective. The truth of the human mind is relative and therefore but a perception of that which is True. If our perception of a truth were in fact ‘the Truth’, we would find no such thing as a half-truth. So, what is the Truth? Om
Wisdom by Yogi Ananda Saraswathi