And that's you opinion, right?
These are such broad and spacious topics - hence why they are found in the metaphysics description.
For simplicity's sake, let's say truth is correspondence of statement to reality. Do you have access to the exact reality in every case? You can say that truth is the way things "really" are. But that's vague. Part of extrapolating on any philosophical thought is to root out the gray areas in it, and pay attention to subtle inconsistencies in your thought and statements. There may be no reality in terms of the 'way things actually exist'. What is observed as a thing may be all there is to it.