Belief in something doesn’t mean it’s true NOR does it mean it was caused by your belief.

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If you are a guitar player you will recognize the primate’s fingers are in the Maj7 movable chord position. This is a fact. Believing the animal in the picture KNOWS that it is a guitar chord position is probably impossible to prove. You could have the “opinion” that there is knowledge making it happen. There is an overwhelming large chance that you would be wrong.

Proving something is true is much more difficult than just believing it!

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One comment on “Belief in something doesn’t mean it’s true NOR does it mean it was caused by your belief.

  1. Aston_B says:

    That reminds me of the argument I use to make regarding ‘Truth’. Truth is multifaceted; and your truth can be as weird as mine. There is no concept like universal truth. Similar proving something or believing in something is a personal interpretation. That is a ‘my’ thing 🙂
    What is the point proving it 😉

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