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14 days ago. As long as we are true to ourselves, there is absolutely no reason why we should not be able to come up with a hundred different ways to find the truth. And, there is no reason why those who do not choose to find the truth should be automatically granted the privilege of being accepted as wise. The very basis of our reasoning is a question of faith. A question that we are all entitled to as human beings, no matter who we are or where we come from. But, it is a question of faith and a deeply personal one at that. I believe we all want to live our lives, with integrity, and, as children of God, with a sense of our own self-worth and value. Those who pursue truth do so for their own benefit and their own growth. This is not to say that truth should be relegated to the realm of intellectual pursuits. In truth, however, there is much to be learned from the study of art and from the experience of music. The contemporary humanist is also a man of the world. He is sensitive and aware of the harm that results from hatred and bigotry. He is equally conscious of the ways in which the blind pursuit of truth has resulted in injustice and abuses against the poor and the oppressed. He is a man of empathy, of understanding, of compassion, who asks for the truth in each of us as an essential component of any quest for the greater good of humanity. In our effort to discover truth, we need to be vigilant. We need to have faith in our ability to learn and grow. We need to expect challenges and to be able to overcome them. We need to be able to avoid a penchant for reactionary thinking. We need to respect the results of others’ research and to acknowledge the facts of the past. Above all, we need to have the courage to stand by our own personal conclusions and not to be seduced into believing that it is wrong to think for oneself. Thinking for oneself is not an indicator of inadequacy or a lack of intelligence. To think for oneself is what separates us from animals. It is part of our humanity and it is something we must always retain. But, thinking for oneself is not reason enough. For reason does not exist in a vacuum. Reason is simply a way of interpreting the results of our perception and our experience. By definition, we cannot know that we are not free to interpret the results of our experience in any way we choose. Any conclusions we may draw are provisional.