Speaking of Truth as power

There was a game my cousins, brothers, and I used to play in a round swimming pool. We would all walk around in a circle until the water’s currents were so strong that we could lift up our feet and then be carried by the current. But, if we wanted to stop the current, we would plant our feet firmly on the bottom of the pool. Swimming against the currents never worked, as we’d usually quickly tire or get swept away, but planting our feet firmly always did the trick, and the water would become still.

I’ve begun to realize what a profound analogy that is of demonstrating Truth as power. But more on that later.

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