(Actually, it is a self-contradiction. But then where’s the alliteration?)
They will admire you for seeking the truth.
They will mock and revile you for claiming you found it.
In a nutshell, a key element of postmodern thought is that truth is relative – i.e., there are no absolutes. Of course, purveyors of this philosophy think that it is absolutely true that there is no absolute truth. Indeed.
We should avoid sharing the truth in an arrogant way, but there is nothing inherently arrogant about believing something is true. In fact, if you don’t think something is true then by definition you don’t believe it. Truth is that which corresponds to reality, so we should be able to back up our truth claims with fact and reasons.
Seeking the truth presupposes that there is truth to be found. And there is. I found it . . . or rather, Him.