...that you assume that my practice, and/or my preaching, is somehow relevant to the impersonal subject of unknowable truth. I also find it odd that you would judge my practice and my preaching by the arbitrary standard of an overused metaphore. I also find it odd that you would imply that your perceived credibility of a person, somehow effects the credibility of his impersonal statements. Those who accept or reject a statement on the basis of the stater's perceived personal credibility, tend to have memorized, but not understood, what they themselves state. I don't find it odd however, that you have yet to touch upon the subject of unknowable truth...LOL
"The truth will set you free, but first it will piss you off!!!"