Etymology. The phrase “truth will out”, or “truth will become public”, appears as early as William Shakespeare’s works, in particular The Merchant of Venice . It may have been an entirely new concept of Shakespeare’s , as he sees the need to explain its meaning as analogous to murder will out.
UK saying (US the truth will out ) said to show that you believe the truth will always be discovered.
I’ve always assumed “The Truth is Out There ” has the dual meaning of (1) the truth can be found, and (2) the truth is very strange. i.e., the slang term ” out there “, meaning odd, strange, etc There’s a third meaning as well.
The quote “And the truth shall set you free .” comes from the Bible, John 8:32.
Life will out basically means that no matter what’s happening, good or bad, and the problems you’re going through life will always be able to find a way out of it.
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Truth is the property of being in accord with fact or reality. In everyday language, truth is typically ascribed to things that aim to represent reality or otherwise correspond to it, such as beliefs, propositions, and declarative sentences. Truth is usually held to be the opposite of falsehood.
Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free . And I do not see how we will ever solve the turbulent problem of race confronting our nation until there is an honest confrontation with it and a willing search for the truth and a willingness to admit the truth when we discover it.
“ You will know the truth , and the truth will make you free .” This verse reflects the same meaning by saying that by telling the truth , even though you may get in trouble, will ultimately save you from guilt and provide you with a sense of relief.
Speak your truth from both the positive and negative perspective. Whatever your truth is, I’ll leave you with a quote by Iyanla Vanzant, who said: “The truth will set you free , but you have to endure the labor pains of birthing it.”