The 21st century has brought modern man to a crossroads where he must ask himself whether his happiness can be found in the external material world, or if he must now look inward to rediscover lasting happiness found in his own true nature. It is hard to be truly happy in a world in which we know that there is enough food to feed every mouth, yet the most marginalized populations continue to struggle without food or clean water. The blame doesn't fall on the governments that run countries, as many of these governments are run for the people and by the people. What then is the underlying issue facing the consciousness of the individual that keeps us from seeing the reality of the world as it is, and working to correct the major problems that face society. Man has become out of tune with his true nature and is looking for solace in material objects, when truly his happiness can only be derived from within. The book Truth aims to help man to look within himself and broaden his mindset so as to see reality as it truly is, breaking out of his own limiting illusions. Truth is an inspiring read for anyone who is looking for the answer to the age old question Who am I?