The Importance Of The Objective Reality Over The Subjective.

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Most people think they know so much about the things that they think they know while living their lives on myths and illusions. In a universe like this one, reality is something that we all depend on. When we think we know just because we have some information about a certain topic, we deceive ourselves in ignorance and that’s a very dangerous way of living life.

“Knowing leads to discover that you know less”

When you embark on a journe

When you embark on a journey to study life, creation, the universe, and sciences, you slowly begin to discover that the more you learn the more you discover that you know less.

When you begin to dig deeper into the conversations of the objective and the subjective realities, you will realize that human beings live about 95% of their lives feeding on objective reality than they think they make decisions based on free will.

We have the ability to identify the things which we go through, the things which happen to us, and through perception, we interpret them into ways in which we hurt ourselves or heal ourselves. On the other hand, objective reality is reality from a world we can’t control, and this is a world where things never change regardless of how we interpret the things we experience from them through conscious awareness.

Learning about life is a journey that nobody has ever successfully walked without facing doubt, dispute debunks, arguments, and discovering the lies they once told, just like some (Through perception) will argue certain things like free will and objective and subjective reality statements that are put in this article.

But until you understand that learning is a process and knowledge is something that you can’t properly attain if you depend on people for information on certain things.

So, how do you learn and find the truth?

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It takes proper reasoning, full-time research, commitment, and above all, patience and it all happens to be a gift that is embedded in you from childhood, goes by a certain chain of events and effects to properly distinguish myths, opinions, facts, ideologies, and truth.

Many people find themselves lying to other people because they spend more time listening to other people’s discoveries and experiences than they do combining sources to surface a fact that has evidence and facts that prove it factual than a lie.

“Religion is a scam while others believe in God through its teachings”

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Many people have chosen to settle their roots in the soil of religion, believing whatever they are taught, whatever they are indoctrinated with, and this really keeps people wandering around believing and doubting, questioning, and finding fewer answers, but until you get to a point where you venture into the studies yourself, it will forever be a doubtable journey of learning and the unfair part is, you will judge, blame and doubt yourself for not being able to know what others know, but that’s reality, it works as it pleases for our purposes.

“To know and to have valuable and factual knowledge are two different things”

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Most people defend their beliefs with blood on their palms, regarding less of what others say to them, you have to understand that learning is not accepting what satisfies you, its comparing sources and distinguishing notes from what holds no proof and what does and being willing to be embarrassed for being proven wrong in public dialogues and debates. Knowing what to believe without proof and why you should believe in it is important.

But this is tricky because sometimes, we doubt for lack of proper evidence, then sometimes we accept information because we lack more options to choose from and this makes things really harder when settling research.

Most of all, “It’s important to know what you know unlike embracing your illusive perceptions”

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You haven’t gone deeper in studying the bible, sciences, the Qur’an, the book of Mormons, history, philosophy and the dictionary, and all you do is argue everything about one or more of these sources. Before you scatter your thoughts, it’s important to understand that defending a lie is subjective but sharing truth is objective because it’s a gift to be able to distinguish lies from truth or facts.

When the time is right, you will know, subjective minds aren’t objective, they can either choose yes or no, but that never changes objective reality, it remains as it is, and it’s at that time when you understand that until it happens by reality, free will is just an illusion of the subjective mind.

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Muchemwa Jay Sichone

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Writer, Author, Photographer, Tutor, Creative.

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