Two people can interpret the same facts and come to different conclusions. One truth that is sufficient for everyone? Hmm. Dubuquedogtrainer answered very well. If we take religion out of it. Well, we all make decisions, thoughts, opinions based on what we know. What we know is what we have learned, heard, tasted, seen, felt, experienced and touched in our lives. All of those experiences and many more can help or hinder our thoughts at times. So, two people can interpret the same facts and come to different conclusions or truths and they are both correct and true to each individual. For example, I was driving with a friend, I accidentally got int the wrong lane. There was a truck coming straight at us. I got annoyed and switched to the lane that I should have been driving. I was annoyed. My friend freaked out. She thought she was going to die. Her experience was so intense she did not even realized that I was the one that got out of the way, not the truck. We agreed on the facts. I was driving. I got into the wrong lane. Big truck coming at us. Her conclusion we were going to day. My conclusion I was annoyed at myself for making this mistake. It never once occurred to me that I was going to die. She was very happy to be alive, she was positive we were going to die. We both agreed on the same facts. Different conclusions, different truths. Each truth, true to each of us, each truth was in no way fabricated and we both agreed to the same facts.