by VoltaireZ 7 years ago
It's interesting how much emotional and mental energy is spent in these forums trying to convince others of a particular point of view, when so very few of us are ever actually budged from the beliefs we arrived to the forum with. I know for myself this is greatly frustrating; it's much like...
by Csaba Bebesai 6 years ago
We often get *intuitions* which we can not establish with evidence. If someone tells a lie, we may detect that, but we can not instantly show evidence. Is this the case for God. Is it possible that some people know and feel God, but can't demonstrate to others?
by Gary R. Smith 5 years ago
Can a human ever know absolute reality?Is it possible for an individual to escape the bubble of his own perceptions, beliefs and mental constructs and know universal truth?
by ilmdamaily 8 years ago
Been grappling with this one for a while now. Can't seem to find a way out of it. Is what is "legal" equivalent to what is "moral"? The question is raised because the justification for the enforcement of many laws these days seems to be that it is "the right thing to...
by mischeviousme 6 years ago
It's true that there is space and water, we see it, we feel it, we're made of it. These are undeniable truths, but their still being filtered through perception. Perceptions are molded, never changed. We are habitual creatures in this way, our perceptions become attachments of sorts. We confuse...
by Liberian1847 7 years ago
What is the difference between relative truth and absolute truth? Is there anything such an...relative/absolute truth?
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