We live in a world of the fake, formulated, and fabricated--and it's nothing to celebrate.
J. Adam Lowe, a social scientist, radio commentator, and author says finding truth begins with being truthful with ourselves. He sheds lights on the world's falsities and answers:
* What does "nakedness" mean and why is it important?
* Why are so many people afraid to uncover their true selves?
* What if we do not like who we are?
* Who told us that our true, naked state was not enough?
Lowe does not make declarations of truth. But he does argue we are too fixated on debating what truth is given that we have not established its importance or a method of discovery. In short, we can't argue over truth until we commit and submit to its collective importance.
We must shed the falsities that the world demands. We must confront the most embarrassing parts of who we are and align them with what we should and could be. Only then can we set our sights on the Naked True.