Now, if ﬁnding truth is impossible, the search for truth makes no sense. Thus, we have to assume that it is possible to ﬁnd truth. If that is the case, it seems that truth limits the possibilities for the search going forward, as further search outcomes, if they are to order life in a meaningful way, should be coherent with truth already found. Thus, truth can be experienced as a limitation of the freedom of the search.
More speciﬁcally, seekers will have to assess whether the various sources of faith mentioned contain truth, and subsequently they have to select only those sources of faith that correspond to the concept of truth that they discovered. As it is convincingly shown in literature that the truths of the various traditions often contradict, this should lead to the exclusion of some sources of faith, thus limiting the further search for truth and meaning.