but, as I grew up I realized none of these things were absolutely true. Some were true in a purely relative sense but actually almost nothing I was taught was completely true. And then I had to live with people who continued to believe almost everything they were taught as children. And then, to me, they seemed more like children than anything else. But, I felt like a parent to them so I would try not to scare them with the truth if they were not in a place to be able to "take it in".
So, often I found myself sort of like Hamlet with his experience with Horatio:
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Hamlet suggests that human knowledge is limited: There are more things in heaven and Earth, Horatio, / Than are dreamt of in your philosophy [science].
So, as one grows and asks good questions, gets answers and studies and practices one soon sees (if one is earnest and open to the truth) one begins to process the truth and begin to become aware of it, process it and move forward through the truth.
And as one learns the truth one must be sort of like a knight and just keep moving forward and brave because the truth is very very difficult to deal with. Because it is not what we are taught in Sunday School.
The only thing it resembles is Wisdom and Compassion but besides this the truth is often something most people if they truly understood might just have a stroke or heart attack and die.
So, sharing what one actually knows one has to be sort of careful about that sort of thing.
Because a majority of people on earth are just not ready for the real and actual truth.
So, my point of view is that "everyone deserves the truth" but you can believe it or not but once you have experienced it like I have there is no way to deny the truth.
So, since now or eventually human survival might depend upon knowing the truth I try to share as much as possible so at least some of you might know the truth which might save the human race from extinction eventually.