According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the definition of truth is "sincerity in action." Therefore, when you know who you are, all your actions are rooted in sincerity.
From a spiritual perspective, truth is the ability to know who you are. (In Oneness, there is no such thing as who you are not.) Truth is allowing the essence of who you are to open your heart to you. Truth is “expansiveness”, it is “opening,” it is energy. And yet, it is nothing; it is no thing. And, of course, truth is in everything.
Trying to find the “right” way, or even the “highest” way, to explain or understand truth is like trying to find the “right” or “highest” expression of God. There is no “highest” expression. God simply IS. Truth simply IS.
At the core or center of God is truth.
Yet truth is not judgmental, even though the word implies an opposite. There is no opposite of God or truth. No polarity; just Oneness.
The truth of who we are is we are divine human beings.
We are perfect in our “imperfections.” Wise in our ignorance. Glorious in our shame. Centered in our chaos.
We cannot change or alter truth. We can't even hide from it. We can simply pretend we don't know it... and play with that pretending.
The definition of truth is less important than knowing you are truth in action. Call it a spiritual truth, if you wish, but you are nothing short of the truth. Are you ready to know this?