Damyanti Biswas is the author of You Beneath Your Skin and numerous short stories that have been published in magazines and anthologies in the US, the UK, and Asia. She has been shortlisted for Best Small Fictions and Bath Novel Awards and is co-editor of the Forge Literary Magazine. Her next literary crime thriller, The Blue Bar, is represented by Lucienne Diver from The Knight Agency, and was published by Thomas & Mercer on January 1, 2023.
Truth is simple and sweet as a child. A scientific act done with an art is called the rhyme of truth. We hope to do,we love to do and we choose to do is a truth.Life and death is a science but living is an art. Tools and motives are proportional to each other.They are inherent in each and undivided. Simply,a truth of a true truth is universally present.
I think there is only one truth divided into many parts. Like pie =]
Very nice. I haven't heard this quote but I like it very much. Mind if I borrow it for Facebook?
I especially love the last part of the quote, though I don't think science stops art from becoming ridiculous. Just points it out 🙂
LOL @Alex's comment
Truth also differs from one individual to the next in accordance with life view/life experiences. Perception also plays a role here…
That is a great quote! I have a degree in biology and write novels. I can totally see both sides. Thanks for sharing.
So much thought in those words. . .there is also "the truth that hurts the heart" as in. . ."I don't love you anymore." But. . .I admire you and have awarded you "One Lovely Blog Award," http://www.castlepinesnorth.blogspot.com
I like that. 🙂 I've always thought of writing as things we make up in hopes that readers understand, but thinking of it as the truth makes it much more powerful.
In terms of viewpoints and values, I think there must be an infinite amount of truths.
there is probably only one truth we just can't always tell what it is–wonderful question!
I always thought there were three truths – his, hers, and the real one.
I don't see art and science as separate. There is great beauty to be found in the laws of physics, the "Golden Ratio" found in seashells and flowers, etc. But is there such a thing as an absolute truth, apart from our individual (and often disparate) perceptions?
I agree with D.G. Hudson
Science, religion, and art parallel each other.
Isn't there always two truths, the truth as I see it, and the truth as you see it?
Raymond C. liked to stir things up.