„The Word is the equivalent to the spoken Truth. If things are spoken into Being through Truth, then they are good. Then what you have to decide is: if you speak the Truth, then what happens is Good, regardless of what happens. And that's faith.“


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„Speak the truth and see what happens.“

—  Jordan Peterson Canadian clinical psychologist, cultural critic, and professor of psychology 1962


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

—  Zoroaster Persian prophet and founder of Zoroastrianism

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„Maybe there is more truth in how you feel than in what actually happens.“

—  Ann Brashares, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants

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„People expect Byzantine, Machiavellian logic from politicians. But the truth is simple. Trial lawyers learn a good rule: 'Don't decide what you don't have to decide.“

—  Mario Cuomo American politician, Governor of New York 1932 - 2015

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„It gets tiresome being spoken to as if you are a child, even if you happen to be one.“

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„There's an insistence that the Being that's spoken into being through Truth is Good. This is the most profound ever. It is also the most believable idea ever. What cures in therapy is Truth. Of course, you must encounter the things that you're afraid of, but this is enacted Truth, because if you know that there's something you need to do by your own set of rules and you're avoiding it, then you're enacting a lie. You're not speaking the lie, but you're enacting it, and that's the same thing: untruth. If you can confront If I can get you to face what it is that you know you shouldn't be avoiding, then what's happening is that we're both partaking in the process of you attempting to act out your deepest truth. That improves people's lives radically. The clinical evidence for that is overwhelming. We know that if you expose people to the things that they're afraid of and are avoiding, they get better. You have to do it carefully, cautiously, and with their approval and participation. Of all the things that clinicians have established that's credible, that's #1. It's redemptive insofar as both people are telling the truth. The difference between deception and repression is very small. People can handle earthquakes and cancer and even death, but they can't handle deception. They can't handle the rug being pulled out from underneath them by people who they love and trust. This does them in. It makes them ill, it hurts them psycho-physiologically, and worse than that it makes them cynical, bitter, vicious, and resentful. And then they also start to act all that out in the world, and that makes it worse.“

—  Jordan Peterson Canadian clinical psychologist, cultural critic, and professor of psychology 1962


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„What scientific truth tells you is: what things are. Genuine religious truth tells you: how you should act. These are not the same.“

—  Jordan Peterson Canadian clinical psychologist, cultural critic, and professor of psychology 1962


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