January 23, 2010


Truth is subjective and can be debated. What is true to one can be false to another. Many people can witness the same event and draw a different view or truth from it. When all are asked the differing opinions become a debate and source of contention. In this situation we take the collective information and make a whole picture filling in gaps and looking for parallels and call it truth. But what about just two people in conflict over an event, the truth becomes lost in an emotional debate. It is imperative that we ground in our truth and be open and accepting of others. Accepting does not mean we abandon our truth, just that we value the fact that others have a right to there own experience. Pure truth is an acceptance of all truth without the abandonment to our own.

Dean N Nixon
Seminar Director, Life Coach

TurningLeaf Wellness Center