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truth

Etymology: AS, treowo
a rule or statement that conforms to fact or reality.

Patient discussion about truth

Q. If the lie is our truth & living the truth feels fake & unreal how do we persevere to the needed chang there's the real me, good & underdeveloped. there is the worldly me, challenged as all of us probably are. there is the addict me, afflicted half or more of my life, developed & strong. two out of three are tough odds to deal with...

A. the battle against your own self is harsh and there will be casualties. reality is based on your own definition of the world around you, but it also based on how the world defines you. this is your escape from the inner struggle- define yourself and your actions not by your own faulty judgment but by how the world and it's moral judge you.
good luck.

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However, the slogans have already provoked a complaint to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) by Christian Voice, which says the adverts break the ASA's codes on substantiation and truthfulness.
However, the slogans have already provoked a complaint to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) by Christian Voice, who say the adverts break the ASA's codes on substantiation and truthfulness.
The other side of that coin means that political ads must be accepted, regardless of their accuracy or truthfulness.
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The tactically limited truthfulness and sheer subterfuge that we meet in every aspect of the Gravel story is exasperating," wrote one poster.
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