Recently, I come across a website created and run by a group of college students where anyone can enter a contest dedicated to finding and spreading the truth about life and death, the ultimate truth. This could entail philosophy, science, religion, prophecy or simply themselves. Entries are evaluated using the evidence, critical reason, logic, common sense, and scientific methods. The top entries of the best explanation of the ultimate truth in the history of mankind make it to the top of the list for everyone to read and digest. There are no prizes just the reward of everyone learning the truth, the ultimate truth known to mankind.

I started to read the first entry and to my surprise the information I found reinforced much of my own thoughts, ideas and beliefs about this beautiful world we live in. I simply had to share this with you and strongly encourage you to read “The Present (universal truth)” all the way through.

“The truth is the only thing that can unite all human beings. It is what we all have in common, and that will never change. There is only one sky for all of us. Everyone eats and breathes and is born and dies etc. The ultimate truth is universal truth; it is the same for everyone, everywhere. It always has been and it always will be. We can now see the big picture of life.”

There are only four essential or fundamental things you need to know, and they are the following:
1. You are immortal.
2. Everything will balance.
3. You are not your mind.
4. The present (life) is God.

Read the book “The Present (universal truth)


  1. I am always on a hunt for more information so I will definitely check “The Present” out. In fact, now that I just read this I’d really like to go check it out right now. I’ll be back.

  2. I just wanted to say THANK YOU for posting about this. I’m on page 14 and I feel amazing, I’m not even kidding. I’m so excited to read the rest and when I am finished I plan on reading all there is to read on this site. Thanks!

    • Please, just pass this “universal truth” on to others. The Internet is the key to reaching out to the masses of people who have no clue; and if they had these ideas, this book of knowledge would simply reinforce their total understanding of who and what we are all about. We Can Change Our World One Person at a Time. And always be Mindful of God! 🙂

  3. I completely disagree with point 2. This point appears as a claim about material necessities, and pretends to be a sort of rational evidence about the physical universe. Is it what it indeed claims ? As a scientist, familiar both with the laws of physics and a number of considerations on economics, fate and similar things, I can say no such necessity can be found, and is mere an arbitrary belief of the author formulated in a way to escape any possible debate (it is presented as a claim about what is the average of suffering all over the time for billions of years, and we cannot argue that easily what will be the long-term future).
    I also consider 3. to be irrelevant, and 4. to be meaningless (it is also completely opposite to Plato’s philosophy, which considers the present experience as a mere illusion in opposition with the higher reality of Ideas).

    Moreover, it assumes that all people have similar rational abilities and thus nearly all people should quickly understand the truth and become spiritual once it is said, in the way it is described. But the truth is that many religions with many big errors have lasted for a very long time, and still now, reading the “Present” is not convincing many people. Thus wherever you imagine the truth to be you must admit that not all people are equally rational. Unless of course you want to insist that some people are more equal than others in how rational they are.
    I just started writing a new entry (see link to my site) to sumit to that Truth contest, to present a scientific view of the world (as I consider the current entries as antiscientific, thus antirational, while they superficially seem to agree with science and reason, but they ignore the depths of scientific thinking, and therefore of the effective use of reason).
    But unlike that one, I don’t pretend to convince many people about it, at least not just by arguments (as I think most people are not rational and thus cannot understand rational arguments), but much more by changing the world first. To change the world, only a few people’s work would suffice, with no need to convince large numbers. I did convince many people but about my plans but nothing happened because those who can understand what needs to be done, are usually not the same as those who are ready to do something. But I also defined a general organizational solution to this a problem for any other time it would reoccur.


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