Something to ponder

Einstein once said: ‘Reality is but an illusion.’

And reality… is a given perception. Your perception of the things around you. Like… if I like oranges, and you hate them, we both have our own perception of reality.

If I saw a crime, and I knew the way I saw it was positively true, but you have a different story and believe the same thing, then we have two realities clashing together.

If perception is reality, and reality is but an illusion, then can we conclude that nothing is actually real? Is everything is chaos, and nothing else?

Nietzsche said: “There are no truths, only interpretations.”

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Thanks Fred.