Why should I believe anything you say?
I asked a question that resulted in some debating which, in turn, brought a certain reality back to mind with vivid clarity. Something is always overlooked, from the first response to, well, always! It is this:
Equality is what it is and, in regards to individual thoughts, feelings, beliefs, emotions, and so on,equal has only one value – the same. When equality is not in the perspective, at any given moment, the result is what’s evident by all the responses I received with my last question – acceptable chaos!
If what I determine to be true is actually so based on all of my reasons then, equality dictates that the same applies to you, since all your views are equally as valid as mine in which case we are both right and wrong at the same time because, none of your arguments are more valid then mine.
I say you are an idiot!
You disagree and add that
I am an unintelligent fool with no brain!
Equality says, we are both right and both wrong.You are correct because you think so but you are also wrong because I, being equally as valid, do not think so. You follow?
In conclusion, obviously, the individual’s truth determines the individual’s reality, however, the individual’s truth cannot determine reality and, wishing there was order
instead of disorder, I ask
“Why should I believe anything you say?” furthermore,
“Why should I believe you over another?”