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How do you define real?

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    Lizzy Charlesposted 12 months ago

    How do you define real?

    Is it only what we can see? Or what we believe to be true? What we imagine in our mind? Or something else out there.

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    Myths and Legendsposted 12 months ago

    I think what is real to you is what you believe. It's real to you, but it's not always what is real to someone else. It's a relative truth. It can vary from person to person.

  3. Rachel Primrose profile image61
    Rachel Primroseposted 12 months ago

    I believe that it is wgat we believe to be true. For some people in the world they say what they believe to be the truth because it is what we have grown up with or what we have seen. It is the thing where people don't believe it until they see it, but back in ancient times people believed in the gods and the heroes and nowadays people believe that there is a heaven or hell even though we don't know for sure if there is one until we have passed. Some people believe that they saw something and it is then true because it is very similar to something that they do know exist.

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    dashingscorpioposted 12 months ago

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    Real is something you can see, touch, hear, smell, taste, feel, or believe. Having said that our perception can change our perspective on things. There was a time "experts" said the world was flat. Until it was proven otherwise it was "real".
    Faith and hope for example is one of those things where without "proof" people either believe or not things will get better.
    The lightbulb was an "idea" before it became a reality!

 
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