Because I've figured out that your perspective is NOT my reality.
Yeah. That's right. You, the person reading this, can have whatever flipping opinion about me, my kids, and my life you care to come up with. BUT that's it. An opinion. Nothing more.
And you can believe that opinion of your's whole heartedly, and with total assurance that you're correct simply because you have a thought.
My reality is defined by me and only me. As I gain new experiences, knowledge, access to facts, develop skills, my perspective will change. As my perspective changes, so will my view of my reality.
And you, person with a thought, will never be right to think that your perspective is my reality.
Because reality is objective; perspective is completely subjective. Therefore...
Your perspective defines Your reality
When you make statements like, "What anyone feels is correct, is," you are justifying an individual using feelings in place of facts. You are also claiming that that individual's perspective IS reality. It isn't. Ever.
When you are presented with facts and cry, "I'm only interested in truth," you most assuredly are not interested in the truth. Truth is in facts.
Everyone deserves their feelings, their thoughts, beliefs, opinions. Simply being able to possess a feeling, thought, belief, or opinion does not make you right. It makes you a human.
Humans err a lot. One of the biggest errors of today is the belief that whatever you think or, gag, feel at any moment is reality. Not just your reality but everyone's reality.
And, if you've thought that way, allow me to enlighten you.
You were wrong.
If you're still thinking that way, then you are still wrong.
Your perspective is never another's reality.
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