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My Philosophy to Platos What is real What is truth knowledge What is the meaning of life These questions are not very common in todays society Nonetheless many everywhere in the world had attempted to find genuine answers to such questions Everyone has different beliefs and their answers to these worldwide meaningful questions are diverse The Greek Philosopher Plato had his own views and answers to these questions Today I will compare my personal belief to Platos ones What is real For Plato the transcendent world the world of being is postulated by realities called Forms which are the causes of the particular things that exist beneath them Appearance and Reality the terms of Becoming and Being Miller 75 As if there is another world an external and unchanging reality where soon or late we all get there In similitude to Platos belief of Becoming Unreal and Being Real I do believe that there is also something else behind these realities that I see today I cannot prove it but I believe in it I can feel it The reality that most people and I see and take for granted is to me as a pseudo reality This reality is to me a place where we will stay only for a very short period of time until well be ready to see reality for real And that is perhaps the day one die or become enlightened therefore all questions of life can truthfully be answered and Reality be one I many times found myself deceived by everything I see knowing that not everything that shines is gold As if we were in a dream distracting at all times from finding truth reality I have faith I believe reality cant be explained but it can be felt It is like as if the essentials were invincible to the naked eye And we spent most of our
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