The Paradox of the Truth—Lao Tzu

“The truth often sounds paradoxical.” -Lao Tzu

An affirmative quotation from Lao Tzu who wrote the Tao Te Ching. For the majority, the realism of the Divine plan, the Spirit World, the nature of Spirit Entities, the suffering nature of humanity and the animal world are embedded within a paradox. The destiny of this world, the arrival of the Man of Lawlessness, and that hordes of humans are among the children of the darkness is a mystifying subject. The majority of humanity refuses to accept the certainty of the truthful realism.

Fear endures as the motivating cause that results as paralyzed will; heart motivation remains null, and shuts the ears from reality.

“There is neither this world nor the world beyond nor happiness for the one who doubts.” -The Bhagavad Gita

The doubting of humanity is a catastrophe. The inner person/spirit/soul understands the truth of reality—the human ego deludes and blinds the spiritual seeker. Happiness resides within; the individual that doubts will cease to experience serenity.