Search For Truth Quotes by Marcus Tullius Cicero, Mooji, Mahatma Gandhi, Meher Baba, Barry Long, Edwin Way Teale and many others.
We should not be so taken up in the search for truth, as to neglect the needful duties of active life; for it is only action that gives a true value and commendation to virtue.
As far as the search for truth is concerned, 98% of our thinking is rubbish. The remaining 2% is garbage. Throw it all out and be empty! Truth cannot be caught by intellect alone – grace isВ needed.
The attainment of national independence is to me a search for truth.
The experiences which drugs induce are as far removed from Reality as is a mirage, from water. No matter how much you pursue the mirage, you will never quench your thirst, and the search for Truth through drugs must end in disillusionment.
You must not believe anyone in the search for truth; you have to find out for yourself. But although you are on your own, help will come when it is really needed.
You can prove almost anything with the evidence of a small enough segment of time. How often, in any search for truth, the answer of the minute is positive, the answer of the hour qualified, the answers of the year contradictory!
Nothing gives rest but the sincere search for truth.
The belief in creation as the background of empiricomathematical [sic] science – that seems strange. Yet the ways of thought, human thought, in its search for truth are, indeed, very strange.
Answers given with authority negate the search for truth.
Science, almost from its beginnings, has been truly international in character. National prejudices disappear completely in the scientist’s search for truth.
If God be God and man a creature made in image of the divine intelligence, his noblest function is the search for truth.
Heresies are experiments in man’s unsatisfied search for truth.
A successful search for truth means complete deliverance from the dual throng, such as of love and hate, happiness and misery.
This is what I am learning, at 82 years old: the main thing is to be in love with the search for truth.
The imposing edifice of science provides a challenging view of what can be achieved by the accumulation of many small efforts in a steady objective and dedicated search for truth.
Remember that an artist’s life is an intense search for truth. This search takes many forms. Everyone of these forms demands its own disciplines. I learned and adapted to my search. I expect nothing from you. Question the truth of anything you confront. How does it apply to yourself and the trail you are pursuing?
We should seek the truth without hesitation; and, if we refuse it, we show that we value the esteem of men more than the search for truth.