The Truth Contest
by Xavier Moutoux
Do you know the truth?
How do we see what we truly are and how we fit into the big picture, the eternal, unchanging laws of the universe? To know the mysteries of the world you experience through your senses, you must take the time to seriously get to know yourself as consciousness, pure awareness. You must take the time to separate what your mind creates from what is real, what you receive from life. You must separate the wheat from the chaff. As Arthur Conan Doyle once said: "How often have I said to you that when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth?"
You have to make room for the truth by realizing you do not know. There is a saying that goes like this: "Those who think they are the closest are the farthest away." You must have your intent set on the truth that the evidence supports, the truth you can check with your own experience, the self-evident truth. You must seek to find.
There is a strong Internet presence for honest, serious truth seekers called The Truth Contest.
The mission is simple: "This is a contest to find and spread the truth about life and death, the ultimate truth. With honesty, open minds, an open exchange of ideas, good will and the power of the Internet, we will find and spread the truth about life and death." The main page goes on to say: "The Truth Contest is really not a competition with a winner. It is just the best way to find, define and spread the truth. Everyone wins."
On the first page of the current top entry, The Present (universal truth), it says: "We have progressed enough to know and understand the fundamental truth of life. It will transform us and our world." So, what is the truth of reality, the truth of life and death? What is the reality of our existence?
Check out the entries at The Truth Contest and check for yourself whether they are true or not.