That is your reality — as you see it! Others may not see it that way!
Thomas Dohling
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Helping people understand multiple realities

Thomas Dohling,

I understand your point, and it is accurate. I’m actually trying to understand what it means from a cultural standpoint to say that multiple realities can coexist. India, I think, is a good place for me to ask this question because the Eastern religions there have such a different way of thinking about existence. But the end result is how do humans behave toward each other when both look at the same thing, like a tree, or someone dying, or a machine digging into the ground. My ultimate goal is to develop some kind of encyclopedia that helps people understand the different “reality” languages they encounter.

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