The Uncountable Truth

Grammatically speaking:

There is one truth, but many lies.

Lies are countable, The truth is uncountable.

What does that tell you?

The real truth, the one that can never be disputed, is something that never changes. Facts as we know them might change, but the truth has always been there, whether we recognise it or not.
the most famous example of this is the shape of the earth. People used to say that the earth was flat, and that you could fall off the edge. This was a scientific “fact” for many years, but then (with the help of Christopher Columbus) the western world realised the world was in fact, round. The truth never changed, we just discovered it.

Everyday we have opportunities to choose the truth, or hide behind lies. We can be who we truly are or deny it.

 

I choose to be true to who I am and what I believe every day. I don’t ask anyone else to pretend in front of me, but to be honest and true. Sometimes it’s hard to be who you really are, especially if you find yourself in an environment that makes you feel that you could never be totaly honest.

Of course there is a difference between honesty and tact, there is no way I’d encourage anyone to walk up to someone and say “By the way, you look great but you smell like a fish” or “Please tell me the name of your hairdresser so that I can be sure never to go there”. That would be stupid, untactful, and in some cases, suicidal.

What I’m talking about is the core of your soul. Who you really are, why you are who you are, and what you want to be.

 

Never deny that.

 

Do you want the countable lies or the uncountable truth?

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