Truth and betrayal

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asked Oct 28 in Cell Tracking by webdesignplus69 (13,620 points)

The first time we question what we are, is at an age too early in our lives to remember. In fact, this natural curiosity is present before we are even capable of communicating our thoughts. Have you ever observed a baby or even a puppy closely examining their reflections in a mirror and trying to distinguish who or exactly what is looking back at them? It can even be comical to stand by and watch as they touch, smell, and even bump into the mirror before finally coming to the realization of what is happening.

This milestone is the first astonishing Truth and betrayal self-discovery in the very beginning of our life, which happens way before we start questioning how to find yourself, what to live for, what is right and what is wrong.

Later, when we learn lessons in school such as chemistry, biology and physics, our understandings become much more complex. We develop the capability of abstract thinking. One day the logic of formal education has to merge with religious ideas and morals resulting from our upbringing. All too often, this juncture leaves us with conflicting explanations about what God is and what we are.

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