Monday, August 17, 2009


"The truth is a way, not a place," or, "The truth is not a place. It is a way."

That just tripped off my tongue today. It can't be original (certainly not in its basic idea) but Google comes up empty. Does anyone have a source?


Laura Carter said...

Sounds like something from the I Ching, very Taoist.

Presskorn said...

Yes, it is definitely a religiously flavoured idea. Within the manifold of eastern religions, the basic idea would often be expressed by saying: "The path is the goal"
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But "non-gentiles" might also refer to scripture such as John 14:6 :

Jesus said unto him, "I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life; no man cometh unto the Father, but by Me."