Our Moral Compass: What Truth Is

“Truth is a pathless land.”

-Jiddu Krishnamurti

Truth is often time viewed as essential in developing trust with someone or something. It essentially is depicted by how the world actually is. In today’s quote Philosopher Jiddu Krishnamurti says that truth is a pathless land. There is no one true pathway to discovering it. It does not come to be by being a part of an organization or through the belief in some sort of philosophy. Truth is developed through our own experiences and our own thoughts while we engage in those experiences.

I believe that it is because of this we are able to make responsible decisions at work and at home. We identify problems and analyze solutions to solving those problems. We make constructive choices based on our own ethical standards and societal norms. I do believe that once we know our truth it does help to form our own pathway. As the saying goes “truth is in in the eye of the beholder” and that truth and the decisions we make are based on our own reality.

What does this quote mean to you and how can you apply today’s message towards developing your responsible decision making skills?

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