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Jordan Reeves

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In ten words or less, what is a question no one (yet) knows the answer to?

Is there life outside of our planet?

What's a bigger factor in our development: environment or genetics?

Is there any real truth, or is everything relative?

What will the earth be like in 100 years?

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    Dec 12 2011: Is there any real truth, or is everything relative?

    This is the answer to your question Jordan Reeves. There is always a truth, no matter where you go, there is always a single truth. What is truth? It is the realization of yourself as being the only truth! YOU are the world and why it works. The final place or plane of existence where all things are perceived as a part of YOU. Jordan, ancient religions are teaching us that there is no difference between a being called God and you. The moment you realize yourself, your true identity and begin to act upon that, is the time you will stop asking questions and realize the need to not do so, because you are the reason for it. Every person on this planet is a part of a bigger whole but resembles each other intellectually and spiritually in every way, only the physical world and its various crude manifestations have embodied certain social, physical and mental principles in our world which is avoided and destroyed by the sages who seek true self-realization. Therefore the ultimate question is:

    Who am I?

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