How often does the truth get you in trouble?

Asked By: grayday104 22-25, M  29 minutes ago

Posted by Me Aug 30th, 2013 at 9:34PM

Very often, but I am proud and happy.
Better suffer in truth than be pleasant in falsity.
It is hard to see universal truth, therefore, some people persecute other people due to different conceptions about it.
Who is God? Are God, Allah, Brahma, Jehovah, Tao…. the same Supreme Being? Why all children of God don’t do the Will of God?
I think that all good words pointing to the Omniscient and Omnipotent Being are expressions about the One True God. I base on that concept to peacefully expand my learning and exchange views with other people. All else, for me is falsity.
My faith has lead me to incessant trouble, but I happily overcome with the guidance of God. I don’t struggle or try to impose my view on other people. I believe that the mature humanity will attain more consent on the undersatanding and application of truth.
All humans are called to investigate about the universal truth.


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 Abdul-Baha says:

 “He (Baha’u’llah) lays stress on the search for Truth. This is most important, because the people are too easily led by tradition. It is because of this that they are often antagonistic to each other, and dispute with one another.

But the manifesting of Truth discovers the darkness and becomes the cause of Oneness of faith and belief: because Truth cannot be two! That is not possible.”

(Abdu’l-Baha, Abdu’l-Baha in London, p. 27)


 Suffering for truth

Better than pleasant falsehood

Let us stick to truth


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