“A truth is considered to be universal if it is logically valid in and also beyond all times and places. Hence a universal truth is considered logically to transcend the state of the physical universe, whose order is derived from such truths. In this case, such a truth is seen as eternal or as absolute.” – Google.
Why is truth important? Truth is important because it tells others we have integrity and a moral compass and because life works out better when we do. It shows others we live with integrity and are working in according with the universe.
Universal truths matter, for both personal and inter-personal relationships. Without telling the truth, we will struggle with our physical and mental health, when the lies we continue to tell begin to catch up with us.
It’s okay for anyone to make an honest mistake, but universal truths are being buried in misrepresentations and lies. Where certain people are being rewarded for telling lies, it means the rest of us are having to find an acceptance on the things we know aren’t true. When universal truths becomes buried under lies and misrepresentations, karma will make sure life doesn’t work out.
When anyone isn’t honest, they perceive the information they have in the way they want that information to go and unless they are mentally ill, they know it is wrong to deliberately lie and mislead others. It can be substantially more dangerous too, because small white lies if repeated, can turn into big black lies.
Living with truth changes the way we think about life, it changes the way we live our life. We will want to do and be better for ourselves and for each other. We will want a different life. Life becomes easier and works out better when we live by universal truths. The world is now relying on us to get that right.