Truth

“I am just stating a fact. Truths always hurt,” she said.

“But do you realise, truth has various perspectives,” I said, “You believe what you perceive to be true and I have my own perception of the same truth. Is there any ACTUAL truth?”

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Vanya Rajwar

An Alpha by sight but a lone wolf by right. Eternally and Devastatingly romantic. Not 'sugary' but dark and tormented. A furore of passion and the despair of an idealism not realised. An Ambivert; my calm demeanour hides the raging storm of emotions inside. A Freelance Writer; expressing emotions through words.

11 thoughts on “Truth”

      1. It was.

        He was telling me that there was no such thing as objective truth. “We all have our own truth.”

        When I told him he sounded a lot like Ramtha the alleged 40,000 year old Atlantean warrior said to be channeled through New Age channeler J.Z. Knight, he said, “Oh, I don’t think that’s true.”

        How can anything be true or false if there’s no objective truth?

        He seemed to have ignored his own truth in making that statement.

        Or as the heroine of the 1980s fantasy movie Labyrinth said, when she only had a certain number of hours to rescue her baby brother before he was taken by the goblins forever and the evil King of the Goblins (played by David Bowie) had moved the hand on the clock ahead an hour and she protested “That’s not fair!”, the Goblin King replied, “It would be interesting to see what standard of measurement you’d use to determine fair.”

        And according to the relativistic Anglican Dean of Edmonton, there was no such standard of measurement.

      2. That was one really interesting conversation you had. I won’t say there is no such thing as Objective truth. There actually is in many situations but at the same time there are scenarios where there just isn’t.

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