Rokushu wrote:Absolute truth just is. It cannot be described. Words can never explain, nor be, absolute truth. Because they are never the things they describe. Words are an interpretation of truth, or perhaps an attempt to understand it, but are always the "truth" of the one saying the words, reality as interpreted. Never actually "what is." Absolute truth exists before words come into being, like when you see a sunrise, before any thoughts enter your mind, any description or understanding, this is truth. Because words and thoughts are expressions of the self/ego. Absolute truth exists without a thinker/speaker, because they are whatever they are before anyone described them, or even if nobody described them.
smcj wrote:That's more than one sentence.
Rokushu wrote:In my native lanugage there are no full stops nor spaces between words.
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