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Through my recovery process, I’ve gained an interest truth and honesty. Those ideas have specifically been brought to my attention recently, which gave me the idea to write this post about my experience with the topic. I initially had a difficult time articulating my ideas in a typical article format. The format I switched to loosely follows my train of thought when thinking about truth, and how I’ve grown in my experiences with it.


Gloomy photo of waves crashing on the shore.


Failing to voice your feelings and concerns

Is dishonest

Omitting truthful information to convince others

Is dishonest

Wishing something was true and telling others it is true

Does not make it truthful

Do not speak to sound intelligent

Speak to be intelligent

Honesty is intelligence

Recognizing situations where you have not been honest,

Recognizing automatic tendencies

Of your own

That are not honest

Is key to living in the truth

Insight is power

A soul’s deepest desire may be to live parallel with the truth

To be fruitful with honesty and love

To be honest with others

And with ourselves

So that we can be free

When we choose to focus our attention on a topic

The universe sends us insight

When we use the insight to live a better life

A light starts to shine

People notice the light

And where it came from

And they want one for themselves

So they focus their attention where they see you have focused yours

And their light starts to shine

And the world gets a little brighter

Because of your decision to live in the truth.

Constance Klippen, on the Importance of Truth


Gloomy photo of waves crashing on the shore.


Quotes that sparked interest in the Importance of Truth:


You must not always believe what I say. Questions tempt you to tell lies, particularly when there is no answer.

Pablo Picasso, Picasso to Pignon in a conversation about art


Rather than love, than money, than faith, than fame, than fairness… Give me truth.

Jon Krakauer, Into the Wild