Truth is what we want it to be. There is absolute truth, based in fact. There is perceived truth based on faith. The truth based on fact is still what we perceive. The truth based on faith is not what others believe. If I tell you the truth, is it really the truth and the whole truth? If I swear on a Bible, does this make it the truth? If I read it in a book, does it make it the truth? If I see it in a movie, does it make it the truth? We believe and we perceive what we want to believe and perceive.
I can tell you what the truth is from my perspective and it is your choice to believe it or not. If I shoot a video of something and post it anywhere, there will be those that say, "oh that's photo shopped" or "hey that's a planet", etc. If I write a first hand account of an experience as the truth, there will be those that say, "that was in your head" or "you were drunk", etc.
The truth is...it really doesn't matter what others believe or perceive, it is the "FREE WILL" of all to decide what they want to recognize as truth. It doesn't change the "TRUTH", because in reality there can only be one truth, the rest is all subjective conjecture based on perception and belief.
Edited by soulpowertothenthdegree, 08 January 2013 - 02:54 PM.