Though the things of the earth shall pass away and the stars in the sky may fade, the TRUTH of GOD will exist forever.
There are two types of truth either relative or Divine. If the truth you know is not Divine Truth, which is unchangeable part of the fabric of Creation, then the truth you believe or speak is relative truth.
A key on our spiritual and physical life journey is to remember that until we are fully free of the limits of this world, that the truth we know at the moment is relative and should be subject to change as we grow in our understanding and wisdom.
The world is constantly changing, because people are changing in their understanding, desires and actions. Most of the truth we experience or believe in our daily lives is relative truth and not Divine. Relative truth is based upon our socialization, experiences, and our education regarding spirituality and politics. If we learn and are open to change and new understanding our relative truth changes.
Once there were dinosaurs who roamed the earth. That is truth, it isn’t relative but scientifically proven by the bones found even though we have never seen them. Once society believe the earth was flat and they feared that if they traveled too far they would fall off. That truth was relative.
Fear limits and restricts, our understanding, growth and change. Change can be good for it allows for growth, if we do not change then we become stagnate. Do not get stuck in your truth of the moment because you are fearful of change.
I remember a wise man once asking me about a truth I had at the time we met. He asked, “How’s that working for you?” Well, I hadn’t seen the changes I had wanted and He said, “If it hasn’t worked up until now, it never will.”
Most people seek truth in their lives, although they might not always speak or act from a place of truth. This comes from our fears and indoctrination into the accepted morals and structures of the society in which we live.
We may be afraid of hurting another if we tell them what we believe to be true in a situation. We may be afraid that we may be hurt or suffer in some way if we speak our truth. We may have suffered before from speaking our truth and that has created a fear within us.
We will find that 99% of the time that which we believe or think to be truth is relative and not Divine. When we are Divinely inspired by a Truth we need not fear to speak it. As long as we speak it with love and compassion, it will be accepted by those with ears to hear Divine Truth, and we will be safe from those who would reject it.
Relative truth doesn’t mean that it is without a higher inspiration, but that the truth is colored by our experiences and beliefs. I am not suggesting that we do not begin to speak what we believe to be truth because it might not be Divine. I suggest that we practice Listening Grace before we speak and act upon what we believe to be Truth. Through listening grace, we can be shown the highest action and words for all involved. Divine Truth, comes from love and does not create separation but brings unity.
If we practice Listening Grace we will come closer each day to living, walking, acting and speaking in Divine Truth. This will bring us closer to each other and remove many walls between us, to help establish a world of peace,love, trust and unity.