/truːθ/: A description of a fact that is also influenced by the filters of imagination, including one’s personal narrative. A strong sensation of something being real or having happened in the past or about to happen in the future.

The feeling that truth generates moves from one piece of information to another over the course of events that uncovers even more revelations. When a piece of knowledge is worshipped, cherished, or deemed sacred or important for any reason, regardless of whether it bears fact or not, it has a tendency to transform into what we know as truth. Therefore, my truth is never fixated on any single piece of knowledge. It’s not found within the set-in-stone fact anymore, as an old truth with barely any sensory value left. Rather, if anything, I observe life through a network of filters primed to locate even more sensory value, thus keeping my truth at a premium.

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