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In the midst of all the issues of truth and lies in the culture, Michael Meade draws on the ancient Greek word for truth, “alethia” which translates as “not to forget.” Alethia then leads to the mythic underworld and the River Lethe, also known as the Stream of Forgetfulness or Oblivion. Not only is truth in short supply, but the Stream of Forgetfulness appears to have flooded the daily world and caused people to forget how important truth and meaning are to the human soul. Meade pulls on these ancient threads of truth and meaning to shape the idea of ‘living in truth” as a soulful response to all the “big lies” and false ideas spreading through the culture.

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