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The truth contains a state of oneness rather than ambiguity. The state of oneness cannot be negated, though the ego may attempt to do so. Only when duality arises is there separation and the possibility of conflict, and therefore the appearance of untruth.

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Truth fully spoken or revealed, radically redefines our very relationship with ourselves and others. And therefore it requires courage to face our fears before we can speak truth.

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