By Anna Von Reitz
In our present condition it is impossible for us to know the whole truth about anything. That’s why nobody should ever take the oath to “tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth”. We can’t know the whole truth, so we can’t speak the whole truth, either.
And if we can’t speak it, forget writing it down.
Truth is absolute in that there is a total truth that is factual, and yet, the best we can do is subjectively experience it. No two people see the truth exactly the same way, because we see it through our own unique lens of life and being.
At best, as more honest people experience the truth and share what they perceive, we can hope to get a closer approximation of it and a more informed opinion about it.
Our ancestors fully realized that all names are fictional.