We have always sought Truth. But the terrible irony is: In its pursuit, we haven't its aid. That is: We cannot use a Truth we do not know to measure those we think we've found. Thus history is replete with such cases of irony; of believing we already know the name, or the face of Whom we seek. We imagine it will come from kings or royal lineage; when it appeared from a carpenter of unknown descent. Or we believe it can be told by learned men and scholars; when it came from a desert nomad, illiterate and cast out. We look to men of virtue or a proven character; when deliverance came from the hands of a killer. Or we long for personages of fame and great reknown; when the final word was the word of a prisoner. If history has taught us anything: In matters of Truth and wisdom, never trust your expectations.