understand that there is no objective reality; only a subjective reality
i’ve met some fascinating human beings. one of them from the north told me this:
we see the world through our own set of filters and these filters are colored by our own personal history and by our emotional heritage. our childhood and adult experiences, our influences, the books we read and the people we associate with all come together to create the lens through which we see the world. the job of every human is to regularly reflect on the nature of the filters through which we see the world and to ensure that we are looking at the truth. if our vision is skewed and inaccurate, we need to set about doing the inner work to clean up our lenses and restore our true perspective.