Heddwen wrote: With regards to 'balance' I was wondering whether it is natural to go out of balance whilst trying to remain in balance, if that makes sense.
serenarian wrote:After reading the thread and thinking about the question, I'm not sure there is such thing as truth. At least, not in the sense of 'absolute' truth. We as humans perceive the world in a certain way, and maybe we all have ideas, perceptions and beliefs that 'ring true' for us, but in the larger scheme of things I don't believe there is just one truth.
Humanity as a whole has become obsessed with this idea of truth. Wars are being fought over it. I think peace can only come when humanity as a whole realises that absolute truth is an idealistic idea that is, at its' core, unrealistic.
Even when it comes to my own personal perceptions - the opinion I am putting forward here is not the truth. It is MY truth.
wolf560 wrote:The question I suppose is how do you "Show" the blind sages what "Reality" is without crushing both their perceptions and their pride in what they think they know?
DJ Droood wrote:I say let them grope around in the dark...
The question I suppose is how do you "Show" the blind sages what "Reality" is without crushing both their perceptions and their pride in what they think they know?
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