Is There An Objective Truth?

I have one theory:

I absolutely do not think I’m wrong when I give it all the way I want someone to give it to me. On the other hand, how can I achieve the most spiritual spheres when others sabotage me? It seems to me that I have to deal with others constantly – all this is told to me by a gentleman who came to me.

Such questions always cause me to wonder why people come for help at all. They already have a clear theory and are ready to drop it on me like a gun from the door immediately. I often do not get enough time to offer tea to them, but they offer a solution for the problem they have made themselves.

Do you think there is an objective truth? – I asked.

Yes- says a confident man.

Is that right ?! Are you sure? Einstein’s theory of relativity says that every object has a mass. If we take scales, very precise for twenty decimals, then weigh the very same object by two different people, the read mass will be different in the last two digits. This is a real experiment done many times, you can try it yourself.

How is it possible at all?

Because we have the same object, but the subjects are different, and measurement is the process of perception and obviously depends on the subject. What do you think now, is the truth objective?

If it is really like you have said, then it turns out that the truth is still subjective.

You’re wrong again. The truth is, however, objective, but the result on the scale will be the same when the subject and object become one, i.e. when the measurement process is turned off. Thus knowledge of the highest spiritual spheres can become available in one way – without a process!

Isn`t my theory true – do you work for others as you expect them to do to you ?!

It does not always have to be like that. If something is good for me, it does not have to be good for you too. If I love something, why do I suppose you love it too? Does not this all come down to the problem of selfishness?

How am I selfish when I want to get only what I give? How can I be wrong if I give what I would like to get?

In your theory you stick to the habits because it is easier for you. You say, “I will do to you, what I would do to myself.” I look at it differently: “I will deal with you to find out what you want and what you need, regardless of what may be contrary to what I want . ” Do you see the difference? Which approach contains selfishness and which one is all about compassion?

Each thesis provokes an antithesis. That’s why there is a conflict! This is not a negative process in itself, further interaction will eventually lead to synthesis. A perfectly improved, new version is created which then again creates more detailed antithesis and everything turns into a circle. In this case, quantity brings quality, but requires time.

Well, I will not give anything, I will not accept, so I will not make a mistake. Have you meant that when you said “no process”?

The ultimate state which we strive to is liberation, letting go! In order to put ourselves in a situation when we do not need a process, we must, before long, devote ourselves to discipline and practice some process until it starts to work on its own, without our engagement. Then life becomes a game, giving up the game and its course, but with the accumulated knowledge of the way that has passed.

Do not be selfish, look at others. See what they really want. Believe it, it will return to you manifold!