True, false? Every idea is partly false. Every idea is a map of a presumed truth or reality. This presumption is justified because it is practical. Animals do this too. They have a map of where the water hole is. They have an idea of the water hole. They have an idea of the water. When they get to the hole, they may find their idea of water incorrect: the hole may be empty.
Post by withinsilence on Apr 24, 2014 21:19:17 GMT
When the animal arrives at the water hole and there is water, then in that moment is their idea true? I would say yes, yet in the future the original idea may prove to be false if the watering hole is empty. But then for one who said the water hole might be empty, this would prove to be true. LOL so yes, I would say there are half truths for physical reality as it is ever changing.
What do the words true and false point towards but our own limitations of reality. It seems that true and false can act as obstacles to what is reality in this moment which is ever changing. Thus, shall we resist what is, labeling it as this or that, or flow with it, ever moving/adapting/changing with the ebbs and flows of life?