• Hindi naman talaga obligasyon ang magpakatotoo; ngunit kailangan—ito ang wasto.
• Kung nais mong maging mataas; hindi mo kailangang mantapak.
• Balikan ang bagay kung saan mo naiwanan.

In the realm of Philosophy, it says that a specific thing cannot be and not be at the same time and at the same respect. For instance, a window cannot be a window and not a window at the same time. Moreover, the truth cannot be true and untrue at the same time and at the same respect.

Two sides of the coin: Objective and Subjective Truth
If one is true; the other might be false and vice versa. What kind of truth can be found behind falsity? Of course, the reality that, it is false or baseless. Does it truly require a presentation of evidence in order to be called truth?
The credibility of truth lies on the object itself. It must be existent by itself. Its veracity does not rely upon the knower as it exists independently of the mind. No proof and determining factors shall be needed.
In the realm of Theology, the Truth is always prevailing. Man’s conscience would be dictating in order to draw out the truth. Lying is not permanent. As the saying goes: “You can fool people so many times; but not at all times.”
However, there are instances too that the pre-conceived notions about or towards another person become other thinkers’ paradigm. You can be wronged by the scrupulous minds.

Who can be the credible judge then?
Let the kinds of their own lives be their judge. Anyways, he cannot run away from his own self.

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