Universality of truth
Adelaine's post prompts you to think: Is it really that hard to accept the universality of truth?
Imagine two people talking:
"Truth doesn't exist."
"Is that true?"
"Wait a minute... If that's true, then truth exists!"
"OK, maybe truth exists. But it certainly cannot be known."
"So you're saying now that truth cannot be known?"
"Then how do you know that that's even true?"
As soon as we reject the existence and knowledge of truth, we start to draw square circles. We get into a more serious problem than trying to figure out what is truth - or who has truth.
Believe it or not, truth exists and it can be known. Knowing it not just intellectually but loving it as well makes all the difference in life.