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Input and Output vs Truth

Updated on July 19, 2019

Input and Output vs Truth

Input is equal to output, or so it has been said. Could it be the reason why the rich get richer and the poor get poorer, and politicians, well, are politicians?!

If the poor could richly input something without richly being in dept, how could they pull off such a distinct yet complex transition?!

If the rich gave so little as rich as they are, would that make them poor?!

Someone once said, “Some people are so poor that the only thing they have is money.” If so, why is wealth defined in terms of money?! What is the quintessential relationship between wealth and poverty, or is it?!

If the prior quotation is duly correct, that changes everything as in utterly everything because everything is connected to money, history in particular. That would un-justify the present basis of everything. In plain English, this could mean that we have been living a lie.

History wouldn’t be history, education wouldn’t be education, understanding presently speaking would be a lie. We would be a lie.

For understanding has existed with the precept of money being wealth that factors towards success, a motivation to endure the road to success, an aspiration to dream.

And if we are a lie, how is it that we still exist?!

Perhaps it is a misconception or could it be a concept between wealth and treasure, and money is a loop between the two. If so, what is wealth?! Or perhaps we need to stop asking for the truth and find out what truth is.

What is proof of truth?!

“Truth” displays the state of the outcome. “The truth” is the content of “Truth” that drives towards the fulfillment of that state. Truth shows something that is proven by the truth or should be.

If “Truth” and “the truth” do not synthesize then it’s a lie. For example, if a married couple vowed to love each other till death do them part on their wedding day, “death not murder,” and their marriage ends up not living up to that, then their love hence their vows were a lie. Therefore, their wedding and marriage, a lie or more appealing, “a scam”. Relatively, the same applies to everything and everyone else.

That’s why the Bible says, “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free – John 8:32.” “The truth” is knowing and acting upon “Truth,” therefore, “the truth” is the knowledge and path or way of “Truth,” and “Truth” is the result or container of “the truth” with which when achieved, sets you free or provides you with an answer. With that truth, you will make a difference provided you act upon it. “In what way,” depends upon how well that truth works with other truths to prove or fulfill that same state.

Nevertheless, and therefore, “input – the truth, is equal to output – Truth,” is true.

© 2019 Kayayi Phiri

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