Truth is clarity, truth is what is, when the mind seeks nothing.

Truth is clarity, when the mind has no confusion at all; confusion only arises when the mind is trapped in images, symbols and thoughts whose perpetuation is the disorder of the mind -- the greatest of which is me.

Truth is not something fixed or static, not in words, the words are not the thing, truth is a pathless land, path implies "to follow, to imitate, to accept, to conform"; in that path, truth is not; one can carve out one's path without knowing it is a path, or else, the path becomes a trap, a tradition and a business.

Truth only exists in the daily living, it is all about what is actually, the actuality which is not tarnished by the disordered consciousness -- the self-centered activities.

Truth is not something one can seek, what one seeks has nothing to do with truth. One can only come upon truth when one stops seeking and stays with what is; one may go to a temple, a mountain or any other places, groups or organizations to find truth, but actually one is seeking according to one's one's own illusion and deception, in that seeking, truth is not.

Truth does not exist in traditions or organized religions, one may start one's journey from there, but to come upon the truth, one must negate all of those eventually.

Truth is amorphous, beyond any words, one can only perceive when one is acting, perceiving is acting, when the self is totally absent. The consciousness activities can easily attach a form to truth, and form is tangible and therefore acquirable, but the form is not truth. To come upon the truth, one has to negate all the forms, which does not mean that one brutally cut off, but deeply understand the essence of the forms.

Truth only exists in the daily living, the authentic living where the mind stays unknown, when the mind has no attachment at all; when one does not live and behave, truth is only an idea -- something known, forms naturally become an attachment and escape.

From ancient to now, there have been quite a few great minds -- Laozi, Zhuangzi, Buddha, Huineng, Jiddu Krishnamurti; their life points to the truth in their thoughts and behaviors; to come upon the truth, one needs to join them, not follow them; "join" means independent inquire, being a light to oneself; following only creates numerous issues, moving away from truth; obviously, truth is not in the organized religion or other forms, which may bring a sense of being taken care of -- but still pleasure in essence, truth is not when the mind does not understand what is pleasure and the essence of all kinds of forms.