God is the artist who paints on the canvas of our rationality with the brush of salvation in the pigments of truth. "And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free" (John 8:32). All truth? No, not all truth. Some truth is irrelevant. How many pigments of truth does the palette of the divine artist hold? Does it hold an infinite number of pigments of truth? No. Does it hold fifty? No. It holds only two (2). The pigments of truth are 1) the sweetness of paradise and 2) the sourness of godlessness. God paints on the canvas of our rationality with only two pigments of truth. That is all God needs to shatter the illusions that the serpent conjured up to distort our perception of reality (Isaiah 5:20). The two pigments of truth shatter the illusions as the blow of a hammer shatters glass. God wants us to taste the sweetness of paradise and the sourness of godlessness. The sourness of godlessness is the stick that pushes us to the exit of godlessness. Spare the rod and spoil the children (Proverbs 13:24). The sweetness of paradise is the carrot that pulls us to the entrance of paradise. Rational creatures seek the sweetness of paradise and flee the sourness of godlessness. It is contrary to their self-interest to do otherwise. It is crazy to do otherwise. Standing like a colossus at the nexus between the entrance of paradise and the exit of godlessness is Jesus. Through his bloody wounds the great leap is made from time to eternity (Our Lady of Good Success). He is the way (John 14:6). "No man cometh unto the Father, but by me." (John 14:6).