What is the truth? What does it mean to tell the truth?
With these questions, we begin to explore our work, our relationships, and our behavior in terms of whether they reflect truth or not. The question of telling the truth came to a head as Diamond Approach Teacher Prakash MacKay considered the consequences of telling the truth: speak up for right action or lose his job.
How does one find the courage to stand up and speak the truth?
Have you been faced with a situation that put you at odds with the truth? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.
Related Book Quotes:
The Citadel gives one a sense of solidity and support, with no grandiose ideas. One is clearly aware that it is an Essential Presence, and not a physical or mental power, that it is a support for Being and not for ego.Excerpt from the book: Pearl Beyond Price
Personal Will and the Divine Will are two distinct aspects of essence at the beginning. First the individual needs to realize his personal will which is an actual, pure aspect of essence. Only then can he surrender or align his personal will to the divine will. Until then, he has no will to surrender.Excerpt from the book: Essence with the Elixir of Enlightenment
At its heart, living the truth is a matter of Integrity and respect—for oneself, for others, and for truth itself.Excerpt from the book: Spacecruiser Inquiry