Impermeable truths are like the water that has lost its ability to adjust, adapt, and overcome its current environment; stagnate and putrid. Experience however, affords us countless opportunities to understand the following; in the “twinkling of an eye” the “truths we once held to be self-evident” can and (often do) change.
No one truth, within itself is absolute or complete.
If the only constant in life is change, then the only absolute truth is that there is no absolute truth. Like the tide, truth ebbs and flows, and while fragments may remain, they too, like the sand, are eventually washed away.
As deeper once hidden meanings are revealed, truth becomes compounded and more complex. Slowly, we begin to realize that the truth we seek is contingent upon OUR perceptions about the nature of OUR direct and indirect experiences. Truth is not something to be sought after; truth is who we are! ©