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A man who loves you the most is the man who tells you the most truth about yourself.
— Robert Murray MCheyne —

It takes four angels to oversee an apocalypse: a recorder to make the book that would be scripture in the new world; a preserver to comfort and save those selected to be the first generation; an accuser to remind them why they suffer; and a destroyer to revoke the promise of survival and redemption, and to teach them the awful truth about furious sheltering grace.

— Chris Adrian

A good novel tells us the truth about its hero; but a bad novel tells us the truth about its author.

— G.K. Chesterton

Someday all the children of the world will learn the truth about their noble inheritance. When that happens, a miracle will unfold on the kingdom of Earth.

— Charlene Costanzo

Help me to believe the truth about myself, no matter how beautiful it may be.

— Steve Chandler

A man must at times be hard as nails: willing to face up to the truth about himself, and about the woman he loves, refusing compromise when compromise is wrong. But he must also be tender. No weapon will breach the armor of a woman's resentment like tenderness.

— Elisabeth Elliot

The newest truth about truth lies in the truth that human truths can lie, when they are parts-of-the-truth.
Call them 'white-lies' or 'black-truths', they are both true and a lie.

— Caesar J. B. Squitti

A: Funny about my mother. All my life, from the time I was just a little kid, I thought of her as a sad person. I mean, the way some people are tall or fat or skinny. My father always seemed the stronger one. As if he was a bright color and she was a faded color. I know it sounds crazy.
T: Not at all.
A: But later, when I learned the truth about our lives, I found she was still sad. But strong, too. Not faded at all. It wasn't sadness so much as fear
the Never Knows.

— Robert Cormier

God's Word is our only reliable source of truth about Satan and demons.

— John F. MacArthur Jr.

Each time I'm starting to work on a film, even if I love to settle the plot in the real world, I start to think about the plot as a fairy tale, or a dream, or a nightmare ... As if it was the best way to tell the truth about characters or narration, instead of realism.

— Arnaud Desplechin

Actually being funny is mostly telling the truth about things.

— Bernard Sahlins

The beautiful truth about service is that we are afforded countless opportunities to be its vehicle. Every interaction with another is an opportunity to serve. From simply letting someone into your lane in traffic, to holding a door, to a kind smile. This is all service. I am humbled by this simple truth. We are given the opportunity to express the most meaningful use of our lives every time we interact with another sentient being.

— Chris Matakas

You can be socially accepted and tell the truth about what it is to be a woman.

— Caitlin Moran

Low self-confidence is simply a problem of Awareness. Once you are aware of the Truth about yourself, you will be able to understand why you are the way you are and, most importantly, learn to love and accept yourself.

— Robert Anthony

[P]salms are basically prayers and hymns, by their very nature they are addressed to God or express truth about God in song.

— Gordon Fee

Criticizing others is a dangerous thing, not so much because you may make mistakes about them, but because you may be revealing the truth about yourself ...

— Harold Medina

In contrast to totalitarianism, democracy can face and live with the truth about itself.

— Sidney Hook

The Truth about Leo Strauss is the most balanced and insightful book yet written about Strauss's thought, students, and political influence. It dispels myths promulgated by both friends and foes and persuasively traces the conflicting paths that American thinkers indebted to Strauss have taken.

— William Galston

Maybe if we tell the truth about the past, we can tell the truth about the present.

— Ken Loach

Although this may seem a paradox, all exact science is dominated by the idea of approximation. When a man tells you that he knows the exact truth about anything, you are safe in infering that he is an inexact man. Every careful measurement in science is always given with the probable error ... every observer admits that he is likely wrong, and knows about how much wrong he is likely to be.

— Bertrand Russell

I don't know if there is really an objective truth about either. I liken this to what Buddhism says about the individual, that change starts with the individual. I think it is really about purifying your own actions, and I have seen that in my own life.

— Karan Bajaj

Tell the truth about your wound, and then you will get a truthful picture of the remedy to apply to it. Don't pack whatever is easiest or most available into the emptiness. Hold out for the right medicine. You will recognize it because it makes your life stronger rather than weaker.

— Clarissa Pinkola Estes

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