There’s a strange misconception we have these days when it comes to our perception of truth, goodness, and beauty. We acknowledge their importance in life, but then we often go on believing they’re relative. This often leads to us settling for things that are not as true, good, and beautiful as they could be. Matt Fradd discusses how a great deal of what we consume—whether it be media, food, or some other enjoyment—actually falls short of the true fulfillment we can receive from something that passionately pursues the true, the good and the beautiful. Then he suggests some things that do offer that fulfillment.
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