Updated: Mar 7, 2022
Man can't find truth because the process of finding evokes a finder, a subject subject to subjective perception. When he gives up the finding and surrenders his subject, truth will be revealed to him. And he will know that it has always been here. And he will be amazed. And he will be filled with joy.
Man can't find truth because the finder is an illusion. There is no finder, nor is there any finding to be done. Truth is found because it is not an illusion. It is what's left when clouds of illusion have cleared away, giving way to the light of life.
Update on Oct 12, 2020 -
In this article, I have criticized the approach to truth in physics. q cannot tell anything about p because it is the dependent variable. I said that only p can tell q. How then do we know p without observing anything? There is only one answer that I can think of (possibly there are more): revelation.
Update on Nov 6, 2020 -
When you look for evidence, you fall for confirmation bias. You will find it even if it is not there just like if you want to find a shape in clouds, you will eventually find it. You will find your illusion. Therefore, evidence must never be sought. You must allow it to emerge naturally at the right time. You mustn't rush the Universe. This is why I say that man doesn't find truth. Truth finds man.
When he gives up the finding, truth is revealed to him. And he will know that it has always been here. And he will be amazed.