The Incidental Corridor No. 519

A truth is cast in a way that relates towards an overall validity of itself. It is an intrinsic certainty that truth cannot be subject to question or absorbed into an ideality which would detach from its true essence. Truths about things, however, subjective beings, objects, etc., differ from pure truths in that they are changeable to produce a particular mode of appearance. They are only true in that they exist. Beyond that they are mere objects of apprehension absorbed by time and space. Truth, in itself, is unalterable. Truths about things are subject to perception.

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