by David McLeod | Jan 27, 2020 | No Comments

The idea of Absolute Truth—the whole truth—is something that philosophers have argued about for centuries. While it seems inevitable that Absolute Truth exists, it is also the case that, by its very nature, it must encompass everything that is knowable about the entire universe—that is, it must be unified and indivisible. No single human mind is capable of grasping the entirety of Absolute Truth, but every human mind is capable of seeing fragments of it. What’s even more amazing is that all of Absolute Truth is available to everyone because of our unbreakable connection to the Source of All-That-Is. And because of this, you can be sure that every question you could ever imagine asking has an answer that will come to you—when you know where to look for it.

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