There are a number of definitions out there, but it’s not a rule. It’s not a rule. It’s a fact.
The way I see it is the definition of being real is simply the absence of a belief that something is or isn’t true. The reason it’s useful is it can help people understand why they’re doing something, and if you know the person who you’re dealing with, then you can talk to them about that.
Its a concept that’s been around for a while, but has gotten a lot of new attention in the last few years with the rise of post-modern theories. Like what you said, it’s a fact that people want to believe in something. But if you’ve never experienced it, you dont really get the full impact of it.
It seems we’re no longer having that discussion here on the Forum. But with regard to the last sentence, i think it’s important to point out that its a theory that is now being proven to be correct after decades of research, and is in fact the most effective way to survive a major crisis.
The last sentence sums it up really nicely.
It’s a theory, and its a fact.
Its a fact, but it doesn’t matter how much you think you know, because when youve spent your life chasing ghosts through empty rooms, you have no idea what youve really found.
You can be too real, and you can be too real, too real, too real. You can be so real that your thoughts are becoming your reality, but you can also be so real that the idea of a reality is just another form of reality, and that’s what makes you real. A real world, for those who have been around long enough, is like an illusion that we all live in.
I’ve been a fan of the world of books since I was a kid and I still feel the same way. Being able to touch the pages of an actual book and actually feel the warmth of the pages, the texture of the paper, the weight of the pages, the smell of the ink, and the way the ink feels when you touch it… That’s what makes books real to me.
I think the book is the most important thing in the world right now. The reason I say that is because the world has gone to hell in a handbasket. And just when you think it can’t get any worse, it does. There are so many books being published, it’s like a tsunami of information coming at you every second. There’s a lot of stuff out there that’s going to be useful to us.