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The Truth Syrup: Just One Dose Will Cause a War

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posted on Jan, 5 2010 @ 06:59 AM
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What is the truth? The truth is a belief. If one believes it to be true, it is accepted as true. The truth is based on the personal acceptance and belief of the listener.

The truth can be a lie used to protect the insecurity of another in a relationship, and nonsense can be accepted as truth by another to move past something of no interest.

The truth can be studied, and it is a paradox of possibility, but the truth is not even necessary if there is not another to hear a version of the other’s perception of a truth.

We all hide a certain truth, a skeleton in the closet, a fear of embarrassment, so we hide our own truth from ourselves. So how can we ever be trusted to give truth to another?

What is a lie? A lie is also a belief. If one believes it to be a lie, it is accepted as a lie. A lie is based on the personal acceptance and belief of the listener.

So, if you carefully read the characteristics of the truth and a lie, you will see that they both commonly require the personal acceptance and belief of the listener. No proof is ever enough, simply because all truth and lies are based on the belief of the listener.

You can not make a Christian believe that God is fictional simply because they will not believe it, no matter how hard you try to convince them of your belief. The real truth is always based on what the listeners are willing to believe; and if it is not what they are willing to believe, and it challenges their belief, then it is accepted as a lie.

All humans form their beliefs based on the element of self comfort. The whole world judges others based on their own position and belief, and the whole of humanity is guilty of this nature. It is a basic nature that can cause one to dismiss truth as a lie, or even to accept lies as truth. A perspective of the truth or a lie is all based on what naturally provides the most level of comfort for the listener.

Some people have valiantly tried to cause debate with my recent posts, wanting to challenge and criticize me; and they have challenged me to respond. So, rather than waste time responding to each one of them individually, I decided to respond to all critics in this one single post.

Almost all of us have sympathy for victims of child abuse; however, almost all of us are also equally as quick to convict these victims when they later become drug addicts as adults. Therein is a parody of truth and justice that condemns us all.

Who is victim, and who is the villain, really is all based on the view of the listener; and by nature, humans generally tend to ignore victims and award villains with fear. It is the basic human nature that condemns humanity to war and injustice.

Justice only becomes a concern when another persons belief or security is threatened by being too close to home. So, when a post is made online to inform people of an experience, or to provide a view on a subject, the responses are based on beliefs.

Those who reply in agreement do so because they have similar beliefs or because they recognize the truth in the post. Be thankful for the people who respond positively to your post as they are complimenting your post for hitting close to home in a positive way.

When you make a post, also be thankful for the challenging responders, they are only complimenting your post by taking the time to respond negatively to it. Their criticizing is really an admission that their own personal belief is being challenged by your post.

Never respond to the criticizers, they will goad you to fight with them in hopes of justifying their own belief. They achieve a feeling of importance by challenging another; and to respond to a challenge from them will only help them to heal their fragile egos.

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posted on Jan, 5 2010 @ 06:59 AM
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So, if you agree with this post and the explanation of why some people reply negatively, and, you can see through the hidden agenda of the posters who criticize and challenge others, then please add a positive reply in support of this post (to irritate them lol).

We have all seen online poster battles break out over a controversial post, and they are no different than wars between neighbours. There is always two sides of an injustice, two versions of truth and lies, and one common factor, and that is a war of two tales.

Even in the least threatening of situations, an online war can be caused by one person judging the position or belief of another persons post. This natural instinct of a human being is what has caused wars throughout recorded history. It is a natural reaction to attack another person who offends the belief or threatens the security of another human.

So remember, every negative reply in this post will cause laughter from others who read the replies. People will now know that negative replies come from the people with insecurity issues and fragile egos. People who post reactions of criticism will now be recognized as doing so to feel a sense of self-importance. Pretty damn funny hey?

In all sincerity, I laugh when people try to criticize, challenge or debate another poster online. It is way too funny. Why, are some people so damn offended by another persons harmless post that they feel the need to criticize or challenge them? Damn funny, isn’t it? If you read all of this post, you will now die laughing at the people who post negative replies.

I swear this to be the truth, but I bet there will be some who challenge this post, hmmm? So c’mon folks, let’s all laugh together at the people who take special time out of their day to criticize other posters here. After all, they are truly free comedic entertainment.

Thanks again to the posters who seen and felt the truth of my recent posts, and thanks equally as much to the criticizers who made me laugh so much. With responses from the critics, an educational post also becomes entertaining, thank you for the contributions.


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posted on Jan, 5 2010 @ 07:15 AM
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I do not think the "truth" is a belief.

I think it is a concrete reality that exists OUTSIDE of our beliefs.

Our "Perception" of the Truth is what forms "Beliefs", however the Truth exists even if no humans were alive to know it.

The truth is a universal fact, where beliefs are simply Limited Perceptions lacking the full fledged reality that the truth holds.



posted on Jan, 5 2010 @ 07:48 AM
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I liked your threads and I think you should check mine out and see what you think about it! Hope all the attackers stop.
www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Jan, 5 2010 @ 09:17 AM
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I agree with what you are saying, and I want to thank you for all the recent threads. They have been very informational and I do feel there is truth to what you are saying.

I also believe that some debates can be a good thing. Not all criticism exists to 'attack' another poster, sometimes people are just trying to pull more information out of the poster because what is being said interests them.

Again, I hope you continue to post, I love your threads so far =)

Good Day



posted on Jan, 13 2010 @ 06:45 PM
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