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  • Writer's pictureSarah Egan

''What we see depends mainly on what we look for''

'Opinions are nothing more than the medium between truth and complete ignorance'

- Plato.

People respond to perception (experiences), not to reality (truth)

If we want to live strong, mature and grounded lives, then it's important that we become grounded in the facts; grounded in the truth.

We often fall into the trap of believing that our opinion is true, that what we feel is the nature of reality, that our thoughts are facts and our beliefs are universal truth. However, none of this is true - our opinions, feelings, thoughts, and beliefs are all our mere perception (our own map of reality, not reality itself).

We can just presume a situation is happening without knowing the full truth.

It's important that we unpack and understand the difference between our opinions, feelings, thoughts, beliefs and truth.

'The truth will set you free'

- Your Life Drive

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