” We shall seek first to tell the truth rather than to study the subtle art of adjusting it to the circumstances of time and person. “


” We shall not hold the dangerous axiom that ‘truth is the best policy,’ because policy is but a means to an end, and truth is an end, not a means. “


” Of a truth, there is an inward, formless, inarticulate, almost unconscious, prayer, the very breath of love, whereby the soul is knit fast to the God whom it has tracked, amidst the tangled underwood of human life, to his covert on the eternal hills. “


” The forms of thought, into which we throw our timid views of God, are but symbols of truths greater than our thoughts. Yet we may not set them aside as worthless, for they are the rungs on which we dwellers in the cave climb to the full view of the Truth, as he is. “



All 4 Vincent McNabb Quotes about Truth in picture


We shall seek first to tell the truth rather than to study the subtle art of adjusting it to the circumstances of time and person.
We shall not hold the dangerous axiom that


Of a truth, there is an inward, formless, inarticulate, almost unconscious, prayer, the very breath of love, whereby the soul is knit fast to the God whom it has tracked, amidst the tangled underwood of human life, to his covert on the eternal hills.
The forms of thought, into which we throw our timid views of God, are but symbols of truths greater than our thoughts. Yet we may not set them aside as worthless, for they are the rungs on which we dwellers in the cave climb to the full view of the Truth, as he is.
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