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That's why I would say that your experience means everything and nothing simultaneously.
On the other hand, I would say that while our experiences mean virtually nothing from the point of view that I just described, they mean everything to us personally. I hold that opinion because I believe strongly in the concept of "personal truth." This is how I believe "personal truth" works in a nutshell:
A color blind person may never know that grass is naturally green through direct experience.
My buttocks experience remarkable pressure.
originally posted by: stabstab
By the way geezlouise is that you in the picture? Hubba hubba. I might have to stop stalking Rukia and start reading your stuff.
originally posted by: Profusion
You're one out of seven billion, what does your experience mean?
we cannot confirm the actual existence of anything except our consciousness.
Human’s understanding of reality depends solely on his subjective feelings.
All time exists simultaneously, but the measurement is determined by the observer.
There is no existence without perception. Objects only exist as a phenomenon of consciousness.