Transcendent truth

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Transcendent truths are those unaffected by time or space. They define the world, but are not defined by the world. An example of a transcendent truth is "God is good", or "there is no God". Either way, how one looks at things contained by time and space is a result of the transcendent truth. One is true; both cannot be true at the same time.

World views are made up of transcendent truths, things we believe are true before we question whether or not anything else is true.

The Transcendent Truth is the only Truth that is, ultimately, beyond human comprehension and before all concepts. It is beyond reality, and is the Creator of realities, existence, time and all there is, was and is yet to be. It is the Light that sacred texts speak of that illuminates hearts with knowledge from a Source beyond our universe. It is actually the true definition of God. Gandhi once signed a photograph of himself with the text "God is truth". Buddha once said that truth is the saviour from sin. And Christ said to His disciples "I am the Truth".[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Wisdom and Mystery of Truth, by Fortune L Majola. The book has its own Facebook page by the same name, and so does its publisher. (Published by Buddha Palm Productions in 2015)