Being an audience for Truth

Were someone telling us the facts about a situation needing our decision, we'd be unwise to refuse to listen and act accordingly.

In the broader framework of working out the problem of being—gaining a comprehension of God, Truth, and His man and universe—it is much more gravely unwise not to listen to Truth. What would block our ears is mortal egotism. The false "I" of mortal consciousness thinks it "knows," is sure it knows. Listening to Truth involves putting down mortal egotism and silencing its nonsensical chatter about matter, finiteness, imperfection, doom.

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