Inri: "Truth is in the eye of the beholder
This 'truth' (belief) of yours doesn't make sense to me
In other words I think, with likelihood, that YOU'RE WRONG
[& as I have a different belief to you about what's true, then you think what I believe is likely wrong too. What's the problem with that, where's the pain? Once you acknowledge there is a conflict of opinion and don't take that personally, then there is no problem. Unless that is, one feels so insecure about one's own belief that one feels under threat from any difference of opinion. Or one perceives the other person so confident as to be patronizing of you or close-minded (above) what you are saying; again this is about ego / self-image]
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, opinion is in the eye of the beholder, subjective experience is in the eye of the beholder....
but truth is...... truth, irrespective of the beholder.
We construct images called beliefs that we hope correspond to the truth of what actually exists beyond our sense organs; and SOMETHING DOES exist beyond our sense organs irrespective of who we are and what beliefs we have constructed,... and that something is THE
You may believe it true that "absolutely ANYTHING that we can imagine, is possible to create
" [from your webpage]. You're wrong. That's not true, ie that belief that you hold doesn't correspond to the truth. That's my opinion. Because I believe something different to be true with regards that. You might believe that you can fly, you may imagine it vividly and desire it with all your passion and fibre, until you are certain that it is true. DOESN'T MAKE IT TRUE. Might make it seem
true. But that is only your subjective experience of a reality that only exists in your imgination, make believe - IT'S NOT TRUTH. And should you step off the 52nd floor expecting to create flight, the TRUTH of what's OUT THERE would smack you in the face in about 6 seconds. Do you doubt that?