Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Defined – How we view the world
This definition begs many questions. What does it mean, “How we view the world?”
Doesn’t everybody view the world the same?
The truth is the truth, right?
Is there only one reality or many realities?
Don’t we see what’s real?
How is our view of the world different than the real world, or is it?
Imagine you live in an apartment building – make it a 10 story apartment building, and there are windows all around the building on every floor. You’re looking out at the world from your window.
Will your view of the world be the same as someone looking out from a different window? Will it be the same if someone came over and looked out of your window?
What differences do you expect between looking out your window and someone else looking out a different window?
We can conclude we all view the world differently and have different realities.
Can you think of an instance where you viewed an event and later learned the reality turned out to be something else?
"For those who believe, no proof is necessary. For those who don’t believe, no proof is possible."