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When you look for truth do not use your eyes but look inside yourself for their lies truth Discuss this advice from the point of view of the scientist and the artist and from your own personal experience Throughout our life we are often given advice from countless numbers of people and organizations such as friends relatives co-workers governments and businesses The advice which they give us can be anything Some examples are You should see this movie The special effects are great and I think that it would be wise if you put some of your money into the bank instead of spending all of it The implementation of advice like this even though it might affect our lives in some way does not dramatically alter who we are There are however some pieces of advice that can change much more than what we do These ones challenge us to look at ourselves and at our world in a new or different way One such piece of advice is the following When you look for truth do not use your eyes but look inside yourself for there lies truth This statement has the possibility of changing ones view of the world affecting what one considers to be truth and knowledge and how they are acquired There are obviously different opinions about this advice and during the course of this essay I will discuss it from the point of view of the scientist from the point of view of the artist and from my personal experiences Scientists are those who investigate the world in which we live They question it investigate it and analyze it the hope of understanding more about it and how it works To the scientist truth is reality It is summed up in a statement or a series of statements that accurately describe and explain some aspect of the world However the statement is not one that comes from
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