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As JW Apps once said A belief is what we accept as truth Defending this claim forces one to redefine the way that he or she views personal belief This statement holds a universal meaning in that it defines all beliefs as truth In all of our isms whether they are religious-isms or philosophical-isms there are truths that someone has once written down Because someone we think is smarter than us has previously established them we accept them as truth Perhaps these truths do become reality to us but until that time they are merely dogma Some particular examples can be found in science One knows that scientific facts are valid truths when they are seen in demonstration and therefore they believe them to be true This proves Apps statement to be false In order to provide validity to this statement and make it defendable its contents must be rearrangedA truth is what we accept as a belief For some people blindly believing in something that is not a part of their physical reality or hasnt been physically proven as a truth is impossible Therefore to them this statement must be switched around On the other hand those with extraordinary faith and spirituality do not find it difficult to accept a belief as truththis is the way that Apps viewed beliefs and truths Such people for example would fall under the category of Christians Catholics Buddhists Muslims Monks etc Such faith does not require truth in the physical world but merely trust These people trust themselves and their inclinations to what they believe to be true unlike those who demand facts and hard evidence of a certain aspect But no matter what form the truth is in it is still believed in One cannot say that something is true and not believe it unless they are lying to themselves Such an act would show his or her incongruence and lack
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