The Problem With Objective Truth

Question: Is there an objective truth of looking at life/things and if so, what is it?

Answer: We have a problem with “objective truth” since our perception of reality is 100% personal, subjective while for a “truth” to be established we would also need some absolute standard.

So we neither can look at reality objectively, nor do we know what the absolute standard is.

In order to solve our obvious problem first we would need to acquire an objective viewpoint. In order to acquire an objective viewpoint we would need to rise above our inherently self-centered, self-justifying, introverted and subjective “cocoons”.

In order to escape these cocoons, we would need to escape “somewhere else”, which means we would need to start viewing reality through the desires, necessities and viewpoints of others.

This necessitates unprecedented changes in us, so we could develop such a selfless, altruistic attitude, intention, that would allow us to enter, merge with the desires, viewpoints of others without disturbing, egoistically corrupting them, like wading into water without making any ripples.

If a few people – in a unique, purposeful, mutually supportive, mutually complementing environment – apply a special educational method, that leads to mutual self-nullification of the participants towards one another, they can open an unprecedented, selfless, altruistic window, “wormhole” in between them, that allows a “peek” inside “true reality”, into a quantum dimension where the usual subjective limitations of time, space and physical motion do not apply.

It is in that dimension where they can collectively research and then find the absolute truth, the absolute, “primordial” laws our natural reality is built on.

Our Human purpose in life is acquiring and justifying, acknowledging this objective truth of Natural reality.


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