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A Greek word ἀλήθεια translated truth, or veritas in Latin, formed from the prefix ἀ meaning not, and lethe λήθ meaning forgetfulness.

Truth is therefore a kind of "remembering" something forgotten, or a recollecting of what is essentially real.  Etymologically, the word aletheia suggests that truth is also "unforgettable" (i.e., not lethei), that is, it has its own inherent and irresistible "witness" to reality.[1]

my aletheia

A collection of articles in which I recall from experience or knowledge my understanding of the truth, hoping to convey an unforgettable perspective on reality.