Oupsie, right answer wrong thread.You’ve got to reassess what is ‘truth’.
Is it an objective reality or just a truth you have reached?
Dostoevsky once said that if he were to choose between truth and Jesus, he would rather stick with Jesus as an objective reality. That is because truth as a category, in its most unadulterated form and unabated definition - it’s still just a reflection, as perceived by us and available to us in our 3D reality. A contour in the fabric of reality that can be wiped or re-shaped or re-defined based on new inputs.
So what’s left if not the pursuit of truth and other than belief - is nous, a sense of understanding that corrals intelligence, imagination, faith, reasoning and is still more than the sum of all that.