Truth is found in seeking, not in the end of seeking but in the practice of it.
Were it possible to discover an end to the truth, it would no longer transcend humanity and we ourselves would be the creators of it. Yet, despite advances in technology, widespread access to knowledge, and a hedonistic pursuit of learning, truth remains elusive. The easiest response is to abandon the quest altogether as impossible, the commonest response is to pretend like truth has already been found, but the wisest know they can find truth in seeking. While this is neither simple nor satisfactory, it reflects the nature of our humanity in a way that draws us further into pursuit rather than releasing us from it. For the moment one begins to discover the way of truth, he begins waking up to life itself.