Quotes on Hidden Truth

Enter the streets that you have never been to for the sake of the concealed beauties and the hidden truths! Mehmet Murat Ildan

When a thing is funny, search it carefully for a hidden truth. George Bernard Shaw

Some day Love shall claim his own Some day Right ascend his throne, Some day hidden Truth be known; Some day - some sweet day. John L. Bates

There are no secrets in life; just hidden truths that lie beneath the surface. Michael C Hall

When you try to do one step forward to attain knowledge about the hidden truths, then do the same time three steps forward to perfect your character. Rudolf Steiner

I grant you that the artist does not see Nature as she appears to the vulgar, because his emotion reveals to him the hidden truths beneath appearances. Auguste Rodin

Three things cannot long be hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth. Confucius

All the dead bolts, pulled shades and hidden knives in the world couldn't protect you from the truth. Wally Lamb

Jane Yolen

Freud becomes one of the dramatis personae, in fact, as discoverer of the great and beautiful modern myth of psychoanalysis. By myth, I mean a poetic, dramatic expression of a hidden truth; and in placing this emphasis, I do not intend to put into question the scientific validity of psychoanalysis. D. M. Thomas

Some people think that the truth can be hidden with a little cover-up and decoration. But as time goes by, what is true is revealed, and what is fake fades away. Ismail Haniyeh

Nothing is more odious than music without hidden meaning. Frederic Chopin

Words are nets through which all truth escapes. Paula Fox

The truth which may not be told, is the truth which cannot be told. Mary Butts

There is but one poetry,-true poetry. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

We are all afraid of the truth. Friedrich Nietzsche

Perhaps nothing is entirely true, not even this. Multatuli

Pure truth is for God alone. Gotthold Ephraim Lessing

What is new is not always true, and what is true is not always new. William Sargant

Whatever separates you from the Truth, throw it away, it will vanish anyhow.... Yunus Emre

I am searching for the truth. Somewhere, it's in the music. Paula Cole

To announce truths is an infallible receipt for being persecuted. Voltaire

Truth reveals itself in beauty. Rabindranath Tagore

Don't go for happiness, go for truth! Charles Tart

One must keep repeating the Truth. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

The only truths we can point to are the ever-changing truths of our own experience. Peter Weiss

Truth has no beginning. Mary Baker Eddy

But what is truth? 'Twas Pilate's question put To Truth itself, that deign'd him no reply. William Cowper

words can never get at the truth. Katherine Anne Porter

Not even the most devastating truth can be told; it must be evoked. Joyce Carol Oates

There's truth as far as you knows it; and there's truth as far as you're asked for it. But they don't represent the whole truth - not necessarily. Dorothy L Sayers

the true and the plausible are rarely the same. Helen McCloy

Do nothing for effect. Do it for truth. Nadia Boulanger

Where there is truth, there also is knowledge which is true. Mahatma Gandhi

To consider hypotheses is surely always better than to dogmatize ins blaue hinein William James

For truth there is no deadline. Heywood Broun

Never affirm anything unless you are sure it is true. Teresa of Avila

The usefulest truths are the plainest. William Penn

What is, is; and what ain't, ain't Joseph Granville

You have to be what you are. Whatever you are, you gotta be it. Johnny Cash

Nothing is true, everything is permitted. William S Burroughs

The truth can only be recalled, never invented. Marilyn Monroe

If you tell the truth you do not need a good memory! Mark Twain

If you tell the truth, you don't have to remember anything. Mark Twain

For fools admire and love those things they see hidden in verses turned all upside down, and take for truth what sweetly strokes the ears and comes with sound of phrases fine imbued. Lucretius

A gift of flowers to a woman implies that she is as deliciously desirable as the blossoms themselves; but there may be another and hidden message, contained in the old-fashioned phrases like 'shy as a violet, 'clinging vine,' not originally conceived as pejoratives, that tells more of the truth - which is that flowers are also emblems of feminine submission. Eleanor Perenyi

Be on guard against any tampering with the Word, whether disguised as a search for truth, or a scholarly attempt at apparently hidden meanings; and beware of the confusion created by the senseless rash of new versions, translations, editions, and improvements upon the tried and tested Bible of our fathers and grandfathers. M. R. DeHaan

The end (goal) of art is to figure the hidden meaning of things and not their appearance; for in this profound truth lies their true reality, which does not appear in their external outlines. Joseph Conrad

A mathematical problem should be difficult in order to entice us, yet not completely inaccessible, lest it mock at our efforts. It should be to us a guide post on the mazy paths to hidden truths, and ultimately a reminder of our pleasure in the successful solution. David Hilbert

To live in the world without becoming aware of the meaning of the world is like wandering about in a great library without touching the books. It has always seemed to me that symbolism should be restored to the structure of world education. The young are no longer invited to seek the hidden truths, dynamic and eternal, locked within the shapes and behavior of living beings. Manly Hall

Truth is poetry; it is the grandest poetry. Edwin Hubbel Chapin

Truth is not that which is demonstrable but that which is ineluctable. Antoine de Saint-Exupery

Let there be truth between us. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

The truth is ever best. Sophocles

Deep truth is imageless. Percy Bysshe Shelley

Without faith there is no truth, for that is all the truth is or ever was. Robert Breault

Truth is best (of all that is) good. As desired, what is being desired is truth for him who (represents) the best truth. (Gathas 27.14) Zoroaster

This is my truth, tell me yours. Aneurin Bevan

You shouldn't get too close to the truth, because then maybe you stop being funny. Bob Newhart

The truth is: you don't have a life, you are life. Eckhart Tolle

The truth is to be lived, not just mouthed. Huineng

Peace without truth is a false peace. Menachem Mendel of Kotzk

The truth of truths is love. Philip James Bailey

Try to put well in practice what you already know; and in so doing, you will in good time, discover the hidden things you now inquire about. Practice what you know, and it will help to make clear what now you do not know. Rembrandt

Honesty has a beautiful and refreshing simplicity about it. No ulterior motives. No hidden meanings. An absence of hypocrisy, duplicity, political games, and verbal superficiality. As honesty and real integrity characterize our lives, there will be no need to manipulate others. Charles R Swindoll

Searching for the self when I was entirely alone was hazardous. What if I found not so much a great emptiness as a space full of unpleasant contents, a compound of long-hidden truths, closeted, buried, forgotten. When I went looking, I was playing a desperate game of hide-and-seek, fearful of what I might find, most afraid that I would find nothing. Doris Grumbach

Sometimes by a woodland stream he watched the water rush over the pebbled bed, its tiny modulations of bounce and flow. A woman's body was like that. If you watched it carefully enough you could see how it moved to the rhythm of the world, the deep rhythm, the music below the music, the truth below the truth. He believed in this hidden truth the way other men believed in God or love, believed that truth was in fact always hidden, that the apparent, the overt, was invariably a kind of lie. Salman Rushdie

Our lives improve only when we take chances. Walter Inglis Anderson

If you tell the truth, you don't need a long memory. Jesse Ventura

Two truths cannot contradict one another. Galileo Galilei

The Truth doesn't answer anything. The Truth IS everything! Adyashanti

The truth comes when you can see that your self-image is just a convenient reference point and nothing more, and that you as you had imagined yourself do not exist. Brad Warner

The truth that could be extracted from words was such a fluctuating, relative truth. Henry Handel Richardson

The truth has a ring of its own. You learn in time to identify it. Willa Gibbs

The truth isn't what we say, it's how we feel when we say it. Merrit Malloy

Truth is orphan without matter and matter is impotent without truth. Kedar Joshi

Truth allows no choice. Samuel Johnson

The greater the truth the greater the libel. Edward Law, 1st Earl of Ellenborough

Truth has as many coats as an onion ... and each one of them hollow when you peel it off. Helen Waddell

On every parable you ride to every truth. Friedrich Nietzsche



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