Obviously, there are as many common and distinguishing beliefs as there are humans, and then some. Quite often, though, we tend to blur the lines of distinction. Everything that is believed is not necessarily true, although it may seem to be to one who believes, strongly, in one’s [personal] truth. Or, simply because common beliefs are shared by a majority, that doesn’t render such beliefs, in fact, true.
As much as humans enjoy professing what we think we know, it’s usually a matter of time before we’re reminded we know very little. One good thing about absolute truth, as opposed to personal truth (based on belief) is that once absolute truth is determined, discovered or recognized – most of us are sane enough to accept “reality”.
As much honor and praise as is given, rightfully so, to ancient members of the human family for their great sacrifices, creations and discoveries, one must remain mindful that it was once considered…click here to continue reading.