Nearly True

Partial truth is an opinion.
When we actually experience something,
that is not an opinion.

Opinion: an assumption, a belief or judgement formed but not based on personal knowledge.

Opinions are merely gossip.
We can only believe what we are told,
but we will not know until we try it.

What we do or say is generally based on others’ opinions.

There is only one piece of information we need, and that is that we are pure consciousness. Realising this, our life then has meaning. Information is dead information until we investigate for ourselves, and then it becomes knowledge.

Using this knowledge for the benefit of others is wisdom – no more fakery.

To a closed mind, openness is a threat.
If someone feels threatened, they are on ‘fakey’ ground.


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