The Truth & Life Philosophy- Contrary to popular belief, the truth isn't actually a philosophy. What is truth and what is philosophy?
- Philosophy is: the study of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existence, especially when considered as an academic discipline.
- Truth is independent of philosophy because truth is not a study, rather, a logical, coherent, undisputable fact as the cornerstone of reality. Truth is therefore reality; as in the state of things as they actually exist, which is sometimes linguistically distorted for contemporary facts which are changeable (e.g., modern society deems their 'systems' and ways of life as 'totality of reality')
- Reality is: the state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them; What is <ACTUAL REALITY> vs <CONTEMPORARY REALITY>
- Life philosophies, cultures and societies as a whole are distorted and twisted when the truth is absent; creating several misleading notions or false-positives. For example, a society that pays attention only to the material laws of physics can only create corresponding philosophies that account only for their material-physics-based understanding, thus, missing a large part of the picture.
- Every human being must develop his/her own life philosophy. The objective ideal is that each and every individual has their own life philosophies shaped accordingly to the truth.
- Truth stands independently of all recorded knowledge, including <ORTs> (Objective Reality Teaching); high-developmental-sciences-6 excerpts.