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truthpusher Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jul-17-05 12:18 AM
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61. Who can prove it?
You noted "Sometimes there's no way to prove anything to yourself, because what's being debated ISN'T REAL. That's why it's seen as incumbent on the one making the assertion to prove it."

This can be applied to anything - who can say what is real and what isn't? It has more to do with the person who is saying something is real, than "reality" itself.

When I said they had to prove it to themselves...I said that coming from an understanding that a "healing" is only verifide by the person who is receiving the healing. So long as the healing is real to them...than it is real to them. How can that be proven by another.
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