If discussed in Terms of Importance ... It becomes a matter, that relates, how we "distinguish" and "deal" in our situational Awareness ...
The Truth Is ...
" Truth ... Is, The, Principle ... and Right, Is, The Truth ... Applied."
Both are the Same ... Equal in Importance. Because, Right, Is Truth ... and Truth, Is Right.
For me, Right thing is more important. Truth can be wrong and harmful.
We have different ways to see things as right but the truth will remains.
The (Truth) aka "reality" represents (Honesty) it also keeps things in their proper perspective.
Without the "truth" as a foundation it's impossible to improve one's lot in life.
You need the facts in order to make the best or "right" decision about anything. No one wants to be lied to or "fooled" into believeing something that's not real even it was done with "good intentions".
The 'truth' is , Joe shot John.
The "right' is, Joe was defending his wife against John's violent attack. This is one of his duty's as a husband. He was justified in doing so.
Choose right in all things and the truth will always show through.
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