The Path

It is often said that there are many paths to the truth. One might even surmise that each one of us has our own path, and, in walking our own unique path, will eventually arrive. After all, aren’t our religions themselves but just different paths to the truth?

But wait, did not Jesus himself state in John 14:6: “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.”

Here is a man (certainly the leader of one of the great religions) who doesn’t just suggest but states that there is only one path—“except through me.” Now, I am not making this point to advocate Christianity; I suggest a different path.

But I am making this point to suggest that there is only one path to the truth. Let me further claim that unless one is coming from this one path, he or she will never get to the truth. And so it appears that the path one chooses is critically important as to whether or not one ever arrives.

In this workshop, we will be looking at the underlying premises that make up one’s path to see if those premises have any alignment to life. In short, if our path is not aligned upon the truth of life going in, we can never get to a life of truth going out.

This is to say, the discovery of the correct path is the discovery of the truth itself. Who would have thought?

Join us, if you will, in the discovery of the one path that takes each one of us to the truth simply because it is the truth.