We should be equally devoted to accepting the truth as we are to searching for it, and likewise to do something useful with it. Seneca, Nietzsche, Camus, Socrates, Hume, Kant all searched for it and some of them believed they found it. Finding truth is sometimes a long and hard journey, and sometimes it is not. Sometimes we arrive at truth quite easily but problems can arise if we do not accept or act upon it. In our lifetime we should devote ourselves to finding the answer to some very serious philosophical questions, just as brighter men who came before us did. We must do this so that we can determine what we can possibly build or destroy in order to transform ourselves, others and the world. Answers can help us transform into a wiser person. A warrior who doesn’t know what he truly believes and what he is willing and capable of doing walks into many of life’s battles with a very dull or useless sword.
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