Knowing Fact From Fiction
So-called facts are about the relative, physical world.
Relative refers to whatever we (absolute consciousness) relate to.
The physical universe is transient and impermanent and thus,
it has no absolute reality as things come and go.
From this perspective, calling anything in the physical world a ‘fact’ is fiction:
it is the natural laws of attraction and repulsion
– brought about by causes and conditions –
a thing that is known or proved to be true.
True: according to reality.
Reality: the state of things as they actually exist = non existent
Things: inanimate material objects as distinct from a living sentient being.
Sentient beings: able to perceive or feel things.
Perceiving: being aware, conscious.
Reality does not change;
only things change, while consciousness does not.
Everything has only an illusion of reality.
Promoting a belief that fiction is fact
is deceitful, and a sin.
Sin: an act regarded as a serious fault, offence, or omission.
What sort of world do we want to live in?
Sin-bin: a place where offenders are sent
for detention, punishment, or rehabilitation.
Facts are all in the mind,
and are therefore fiction.
The only reality that is provable is pure awareness.