In search of truth

As a philosopher, I am eternal seeker of truth; both the apparent, transcient truth and the universal ultimate truth

I am reminded of verses from Isavasya Upanishad:
hiranmayena patrena satyasyapihitam mukham
tat tvam pusannapavrnu satyadharmaya drstaye

It roughly translate to mean ‘the face of truth is covered with a golden vessel. Oh Lord please uncover so that I can see the truth”

That defines my life as a philosopher

2 Responses to “In search of truth”

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